Power Generation
GULF’s gas-fired Independent Power Producer (“IPP”) projects generate and sell electricity to EGAT under a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (“PPA”), while its gas-fired Small Power Producer (“SPP”) projects sell 70% - 80% of the electricity they generate to EGAT under a 25-year PPA. The PPAs begin when a project achieves commercial operation.

Electricity sold to EGAT is distributed through EGAT’s country-wide transmission network from where it is then sold to PEA and MEA who then distribute it to consumers across Thailand. GULF’s SPPs also sell electricity, steam and chilled water to industrial users.

In Thailand, GULF currently has 21 gas-fired power projects in operation, with another 4 gas-fired IPPs in development. Overseas, GULF is developing a captive gas-fired power project in the Duqm Special Economic Zone in Oman. ​
Overview
In operation
5,800 MW
Under construction
7,766 MW
Thailand
In Operation
Under Construction
Ayutthaya
GUT (IPP : 1,752.40 MW)
GBL (SPP : 126.8 MW)
GBP (SPP : 126.8 MW)
Saraburi
GNS (IPP : 1,653.20 MW)
GKP1 (SPP : 114 MW)
GKP2 (SPP : 114 MW)
GTLC (SPP : 114 MW)
GNK2 (SPP : 133 MW)
GNPM (SPP : 135.20 MW)
Pathumthani
GCRN (SPP : 119 MW)
Ratchaburi
HKP (IPP : 1,540 MW)
Nakorn Ratchasima
GNRV1 (SPP : 128.2 MW)
GNRV2 (SPP : 128.2 MW)
Prachinburi
GNC (SPP : 126.5 MW)
Chachoengsao
GNNK (SPP : 114 MW)
BPP (IPP : 600 MW)
Chonburi
GSRC (IPP : 2,650 MW)
Rayong
GNLL (SPP : 123 MW)
GVTP (SPP : 137 MW)
GTS1 (SPP : 134 MW)
GTS2 (SPP : 134 MW)
GTS3 (SPP : 129.9 MW)
GTS4 (SPP : 129.9 MW)
GNLL2 (SPP : 126.9 MW)
GPD (IPP : 2,650 MW)
Oman
In Operation
Under Construction
Duqm Special Economic Zone
DIPWP (Captive plant : 326 MW)