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Liquid fuel power plants

Liquid fuel power plants make power available anywhere, anytime. Proven long-term reliability makes these plants suitable for stationary and floating baseload, and for stand-by applications.

Wärtsilä liquid fuel power plants bring great value to the table, such as:

  • Tremendous fuel flexibility, with the possibility of running on heavy fuel oil, light fuel oil, crude oil, emulsified fuels or liquid biofuel.
  • Great dispatchability, ability to supply megawatts to grid within seconds, and reach full plant load in minutes.
  • Utilising heavy fuel oil (HFO) in the most efficient way possible.

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Liquid fuel power plant solutions



  • Malicounda, Senegal
    With 450 MW of installed capacity in Senegal, Wärtsilä is the country’s leading provider of power generation equipment. The Matelec company placed an order for the delivery of an energy efficient 130 MW Flexicycle™ power plant. This investment will enable Senegal to achieve its goal of reducing consumer electricity pricing.

    Malicounda, Senegal

  • Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
    Saudi Arabia has diversified its economy and today it produces and exports a variety of industrial goods all over the world as the world’s largest oil producer and exporter.

    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

  • Viana, Brazil
    In 2008, Termelétrica Viana SA ordered a turnkey power plant comprising 20 Wärtsilä 20V32 engines giving 175 MW of installed electrical capacity and 170 MW of net electrical generation.

    Viana, Brazil

  • Termocabo, Brazil
    In 2001, the increasing demand for power, coupled with a lack of rain that caused many hydropower plants to stop operation or to operate below their generating capacity, drove Brazil into a serious electricity crisis. To overcome the crisis, the Brazilian Government developed a programme that included not only immediate severe rationing by population and industries, but also contracting emergency generation from independent power producers to complement the hydro-generation system over the following three and half years. The Electricity Energy Crisis Management Board (GCEE) approved the contracting of 58 power plants with a total output of 2155 MW.

    Termocabo, Brazil

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