Technology

Electrical Generation Technologies

Gas Turbines

  • Open Cycle
  • Combined Cycle

Diesel Engines

  • Average Speed
  • Low speed

Steam Cycles

  • Circulating Fluid Bed
  • Subcritical
  • Supercritical
  • Ultracritical

Gasifycation

  • Electricity
  • Chemical/Fuel
  • Steam
  • Hydrogen
  • Nitrogen
  • CO2

Renewables

  • Biomass
  • Wind
  • Geothermal
  • Tidalenergy
  • Micro Hydropower Plant
  • Mini Hydropower Plant
  • Hydro Power Plants

Transmission

  • 765 kV AC
  • 400 kV AC
  • 230, 138, 115 kV AC
  • DC
  • Submarine cables

Substations

  • 765 kV
  • 400 kV
  • 230, 138, 115 kV
  • Compact

Integrated Gasification to Combined Cycle

ASINCRO has identified the technology of Integrated Gasification to Combined Cycle (IGCC) as the technology of the future, for electrical generation. Accordingly, it has invested significant technical resources to research and development (R&D) on this technology. As a result, ASINCRO has been involved in important projects using the gasification of solid fuels for power generation in several countries around the world.

Development of Studies and Energy Projects based on Latest Technologies

  • 1974 – Venezuela – Outdoor Type Substations – High Voltage 115-400 kV – CADAFE
  • 1976 – Venezuela – Thermal Power Plants based on Gas Turbines – CADAFE
  • 1979 – Venezuela – Substations and Transmission Lines at Extra High Voltage – 765 kV EDELCA
  • 1980 – Venezuela – Indoor Type Substations (GIS) at 115 and 230 kV – PDVSA
  • 1983 – Venezuela – Large Hydropower Plants – 7,180 MW CADAFE & EDELCA
  • 1989 – Venezuela – Industrial Services of Oil Refinery Complex, Cardón – PDVSA
  • 1989 – Venezuela – Feasibility and Basic Engineering Combined Cycle – 1,500 MW – 2 STAGES – EDC
  • 2001 – Venezuela – Gasification Large Modules (IGCC) COAL – COQUE TO MW, CO2 and N2 Raw Fields Injection Lake Maracaibo – PDVSA
  • 2003 – Italy – Gasification Large Modules – GE (IGCC) COAL TO MW – SULCIS
  • 2006 – Venezuela – Thermal Plants based on Reciprocating Engines – PDVSA2007 – Venezuela – Renewable Power Plants – Wind – PDVSA
  • 2009 – Venezuela – Gasification of Large Modules – Coque To MW & H2 & Steam Citgo – PDVSA
  • 2010 – Dominican Republic – Increasing Modular Gasification (GMC) Biomass To MW
  • 2014 to 2016 – Colombia Growing Modular Gasification (GMC) Coal To MW, Coal To Urea.
  • 2017 to 2018 – Caribbean Region Renewable Power Plants – Solar / Photovoltaic
  • 2018 Start and Continue – Colombia – Electric Generation Steam Cycle Ultra-Supercritical Technology for Energy Supply for Aluminum Production – GRUPO NEO