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Mineral player secures 100% power from Townsville plant

ASX-LISTED OPM Energy, owned by Queensland Pacific Metals, has entered a non-binding memorandum of understanding with Ratch to buy 100% of electricity generated from the 242-megawatt Townsville Power Station.

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The TPS comprises a 160MW Siemens turbine and an 82MW heat recovery steam generator. It is currently supplying electricity to the Moranbah project around 390 kilometres south of Townsville under an...

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