Feasibility of Replacing the Fuel Oil Economy of the Reserve Fuel of the TPP With the LNG Economy on the Example of Pervomaiskaya CHPP-14 of PJSC “TGC-1”
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- Liquefied natural gas; Reserve fuel; Fuel oil; Diesel; Economic efficiency
One of the feasible essential things of the technological structure of thermal power plants running on liquefied natural gas is the economy of reserve fuel. The traditional reserve type of fuel in the Russian Federation is heating oil of the M-100 brand. The backup fuel at these power plants is practically not used. Due to the Physical-chemical properties of fuel oil, energy resources are spent on maintaining the economy of reserve fuel in reserve, which increases the cost of electric and thermal energy produced at the liquefied natural gas. In this research paper, the possibility of increasing the efficiency of power plants using fuel oil and diesel fuel as backup fuel by transferring Combined heat and power plant to storage is investigated. This research paper shows that with the combined use of fuel oil and diesel reserve fuel in the economy, the zone of lower operating costs when converting to LNG will be achieved at an annual consumption of reserve fuel, and when using only fuel oil at the power plant, the zone of lower operating costs when switching to LNG will be at an annual consumption of reserve fuel of no more than 7000 tons of conventional fuel per annum.
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TY - CONF AU - Dmitry Treshchev AU - Vadim Gavrilov AU - Uthum Gunasekara PY - 2022 DA - 2022/03/24 TI - Feasibility of Replacing the Fuel Oil Economy of the Reserve Fuel of the TPP With the LNG Economy on the Example of Pervomaiskaya CHPP-14 of PJSC “TGC-1” BT - Proceedings of the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Young Engineers of the Fuel and Energy Complex: Developing the Energy Agenda of the Future" (EAF 2021) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 97 EP - 102 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aer.k.220308.016 DO - 10.2991/aer.k.220308.016 ID - Treshchev2022 ER -