The Fujairah F2 Plant is a greenfield power generation and seawater desalination plant with 2,000 MW of net power capacity and 130 MIGD of net water capacity. It is located at Al-Qidfa in the Emirate of Fujairah on the Gulf of Oman approximately five (5) kilometres south of Khor Fakkan, twenty (20) kilometres north of the city of Fujairah, and approximately 280 kilometres north east of the city of Abu Dhabi in the UAE.
The F2 Plant achieved the plant commercial operation date (PCOD) on the 06th January 2011. The plant is configured in three defined ‘Groups’. Group 1 and 3 are based on a configuration of two Alstom GT26B gas turbines, with supplementary fired HRSGs and a condensing steam turbine with LP steam extraction to four Sidem 8.5 MIGD MED units. Group 2 is based on a configuration of one Alstom GT26B gas turbine, with a supplementary fired HRSG and a back pressure steam turbine producing LP steam for four Sidem 8.5 MIGD MED units. In addition, Group 2 includes a 30 MIGD SWRO facility.
The Fujairah F2 plant is owned by the Fujairah Asia Power Company PJSC (FAPCo) in which the Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority and Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA) jointly holding a 60% equity interest with Marubeni and GDF Suez each holding 20%. The Fujairah F2 plant is operated by the Fujairah F2 O & M Company Limited (F2O&MCo), which is a 50:50 joint venture between GDF Suez and Marubeni.