Three Creeks was a 652 MW high-efficiency combined cycle power generation development.
The Three Creeks Power Project was a development by Kineticor in partnership with Shell Energy for a 652 MW combined cycle power plant located 40 km NW of Peace River, AB.
The Three Creeks Power Project started with the acquisition of the power generation assets from Shell Energy’s Carmon Creek Project. This acquisition included turbines that were partially installed, electricity transmission and fuel gas transportation agreements, and an offtake opportunity with Shell Energy North America (Canada).
Kineticor developed this project into a 2×1 high-efficiency combined cycle power plant that would supply 652 MW of power to the province of Alberta. The project was developed utilizing (2x) Siemens F-Class turbines and (1x) 5000 Class Siemens Steam Turbine.
Kineticor divested of the Three Creeks Power Plant, acquired by TransAlta plans to utilize the two gas turbine generators and related equipment and materials from the Three Creeks Power Plant project at its future repowering projects at the Sundance and Keephills generating sites.