Gas-to-Electricity Feasibility Study in Cameroon

As team leader of a five-firm consortium, Delphos International advised the Government of Cameroon ("GoC") on technical, economic, financial, legal, and regulatory matters related to two gas power plants in southwest Cameroon. As part of the feasibility study, Delphos International and its team advised on the proper allocation of risks for the development of offshore Isongo gas field in Cameroon and related long-term fuel supply arrangements to the existing 80 MW Limbe power plant in connection with its conversion to gas. Delphos International assessed the technical and economic feasibility of the conversion to natural gas of an existing 85 MW heavy fuel oil-fired power plant together with the technical, economic, and financial feasibility of the concomitant greenfield construction of a 315 MW combined-cycle gas turbine power plant and its associated transmission. The estimated total project costs are $393 million.

Project Details

Client Name: 
Government of Cameroon

Location Region: 
Central Africa

Services Provided: 
Advisory Services & Business Development

Industry: 
Energy