Grangemouth Power Station

Located to the S of the A904 Bo'ness road, which runs through the Grangemouth Refinery, this is a gas-fired combined heat and power station that was built and operated under contract to BP by Fortum, an international power generation and distribution company based in Finland, initially in conjunction with Mitsubishi of Japan. Commissioned in April 2001, the station comprises a 130-megawatt (MW) Siemens V94.2 gas turbine generating electrical power which is largely consumed on-site, although the excess is supplied to the national grid. It also supplies steam and other services to the Grangemouth Refinery (now operated by INEOS) and nearby Kinneil Oil Stabilisation and Gas Separation plant, which is still run by BP.

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