Genesis coal burn reached 5-yr high in 'unprecedented' conditions

Gavin Evans
Tue, 22 Jan 2019

By Gavin Evans Jan. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Coal-fired generation from Genesis Energy’s Huntly operations was the highest in more than five years in the December quarter, as a combination of low hydro storage and plant outages were compounded by tight natural gas supplies. The company, which also runs three hydro schemes and a wind farm, delivered 601 gigawatt-hours of electricity from its dual-fuel Rankine units at Huntly during the three months. That was almost twice the contribution they made in the same period a year earlier and 512 GWh o...

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