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Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) Demonstration Project. 
Polk Power Station Unit No. 1.  Annual Report, October 1993-September 1994.

Tampa Electric Company

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Table of Contents

I.

Project Description

1

II.

Project Highlights

3

III.

Environmental/Permitting

4

IV.

Status of Major Contracts

7

A.

Detailed Professional Engineering and Technical Services

7

B.

Hot Gas Clean-Up System Design and Startup Support

7

C.

G. E. Stag 107F Engineered Equipment Package (Power Island)

7

D.

Turnkey Air Separation Unit

8

E.

Radiant Syngas Cooling System Engineered Equipment Package

8

F.

Convective Syngas Cooling System Engineered Equipment Package

8

G.

Turnkey Sulfuric Acid Plant

9

H.

Distributed Control System

9

I.

Emergency Shutdown System

10

J.

Brine Concentration System

10

K.

Construction Management Services

11

L.

Site Development

12

M.

Civil/Structural Construction Package

13

V.

Process Description

16

A.

Coal Handling, Grinding, and Slurry Preparation

16

B.

Gasifier System

17

C.

Cold Gas Clean Up (CGCU) System

17

D.

Hot Gas Clean Up (HGCU) System

18

E.

Combined Cycle Power Generation

20

F.

Air Separation Unit

22

G.

By-Product Handling

23

H.

Sulfuric Acid Pant

24

I.

Balance of Plant Systems

25

VI.

Project management

27

VII.

Project Cost and Schedule

29

A.

Project Cost Estimates

29

B.

Project-to-Date Costs Through 1994

 

C.

Project Milestone Schedule

29

D.

Start up Schedule

29

VIII.

Technical Progress/Detailed Engineering

30

IX.

Technical Progress/Significant enhancements

37

A.

Sulfuric Acid Plant

37

B.

Combined Cycle Power Generation Equipment

37

C.

Air Separation Unit

38

D.

Power Block Closed Loop Cooling Water System

38

E.

Brine Concentration System

38

X.

Hazop/Safety Reviews

39

XI.

3-D Model Reviews

41

XII.

Technical Papers/Conferences Presentations

49

XIV.

Projections for 1995

51

XV.

Summary

52

XVI.

Appendix

54