The Bridge project fuel supply infrastructure will be delivered independent of the existing structures and will allow the power plant to function when gas and fuel oil are not available and won’t stretch the existing fuel delivery capacity requirements.
One major advantage of the Bridge Power Project is the move away from the existing fuel delivery infrastructure that Ghana has in place at present. Many power plants are reliant upon the delivery of natural gas and fuel oil to deliver power to the country. Due to unforeseen circumstances and attacks on pipelines and plants outside of Ghana this has caused many outages to occur. The project will build a new 12” Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) pipeline from the TEMA Jetty to feed into Tema Oil Refinery and onto a new purpose built storage system, supplying LPG 365 days of the year to the latest technology turbines for high efficiency use and power delivery.