Colombia has modest gas-to-power plans

Gas-to-power will play a crucial role in backing up Colombia’s hydropower installations, but there are no plans to boost its modest share in the country’s overall mix Gas-to-power will play a crucial role in backing up Colombia’s hydropower installations, but there are no plans to boost its modest share in the country’s overall mix.
By Chris Noon 4 December 2017 0 28643
Chart showing Colombia's total installed generation capacity in 2010

Colombia is pinning its hopes on LNG to feed its gas-to-power plants in coming years, but the sector is set to remain relatively small. Total installed gas-to-power capacity declined from 2.48 GW in 2010 to 2.13 GW in 2015. The share of thermoelectric capacity in Colombia’s power mix has remained around 30% over the past six years thanks to the addition of coal-fired power.

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