Overview of MPCL

Mesaieed Power Company Ltd (MPCL) is a joint stock company, established in December 2006, with the objectives of increasing Qatar’s electrical generation capacity and in providing a healthy return to MPCLs shareholders. Mesaieed Power Plant is located in Mesaieed Industrial City (MIC), and is the third Independent Power Producer (IPP) project of its kind in Qatar, with plant capacity of 2,000 megawatts (MW).

In March 2007, MPCL signed a 25-year Fuel Supply Agreement (FSA) with Qatar Petroleum and a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) to provide electrical energy to Kahramaa’s national grid.

QAFCO supply 13,000 tonnes of aqueous ammonia to MPCL annually.

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MPCL Profile

  • First Power Commercial Operation Date: September 2009, 1,007 MW
  • Facility Commercial Operation Date: July 2010, 2007 MW
  • Contract Capacity: 1997 MW in 2017
  • Off-taker: Kahramaa
  • EPC Contractor: Iberdrola IngenieriaY Construccion, S.A.U.
  • Fuel Supplier: Qatar Petroleum
  • Equipment Manufacturers: Gas turbines 9FA, Gas turbines generators, steam turbines D11 and steam turbines generators, Black Start turbines 6B and Black Start turbines generators by GE, Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG) by NEM, condenser by Doosan, cooling towers by SPIG, and Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) by ALSTOM
  • Substation: 400 kV
  • Water Treatment Plant: Desalination through Reverse Osmosis (RO)

Our Mission

Our experienced team is always motivated to improve continuously and work innovatively on sustaining reliable supply of nature-friendly, safe, reliable, efficient, and profitable power generation to Qatar national grid by adopting proven technologies and implementing prudent engineering and management practices.

Our Vision

Becoming shareholders’ portfolios reference of business excellence for power plants investments, operations and management and for records of safety, health and emissions.

Our Values

  • Integrity
  • Quality
  • 3 Cs (Communications, Cooperation and Coordination)