Panama Approves Power Plant License

Authorities gave Esepsa license for construction and operation of the Farallon Power Plant.

Friday, March 4, 2011

The P.T. Farallon plant will operate in Rio Hato, Anton district, province of Cocle, with an installed capacity of 5 MW and will use light diesel as fuel.

The license grants authorization, at the company´s own risk, to provide electricity service through a power plant called PT Farallon.

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Honduras: No Progress in Electric Plants Construction

May 2009

The construction of the 150 MW plants does not progress as expected.

Two companies, Cecsah (Comercializadora de Electricidad Centroamericana de Honduras) and Vetasa (Vehículos de Trabajo S.A.), have contracts with the National Electric Energy Company (ENEE) for the set up of 150MW coal power generation plants.

Who, What, and How Much of a $400 million Project

July 2015

Gator Partners has obtained a provisional license to build in Bahia Las Minas, Panama, a power plant with a capacity of 400MW, based on ethane.

Gator Partners is planning to build and operate a power plant called "Térmica Energía Corotú" which will operate using ethane gas with a combined cycle plant with a capacity of 400MW.

Panama: License for 125 MW Thermal Plant

June 2015

The company Kanan III Overseas Inc., has been granted a provisional license to build and operate a thermal power generation plant in the district of Arraijan, Panama Province.

"... It is resolved:

FIRST: AWARD to the company KANAN OVERSEAS III, INC, registered in the Public Registry on page 842257, Document 2661439, a provisional license for the construction and operation of a thermal power generation plant based on HFO # 6 (Bunker. ), called PROYECTO TERMICO IC MOTORES POWER-PACIFICO to be located in the district of Veracruz, Arraiján District, Province of Panama, with an installed capacity of 125 MW. "

Panama: Coal Plant to be Ready in June

June 2010

GDF Suez Energy’s $140 million coal reconversion energy plant would start operating by the end of June.

The project will generate energy using coal imported from Colombia. The raw material will be unloaded at the storage facilities of “Cemento Panamá”, in the port of Bahía las Minas, close to the plant.

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