Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund

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Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund describes itself as a "public listed entity owning a portfolio of interests in essential infrastructure assets including five power stations, two water filtration plants and three wind farms."[1]

Coal fired power stations

Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund has interests in two coal-fired power stations. These are:

  • the Collinsville Power Station is located 4km West of Collinsville, Queensland. It is wholly owned by Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund. The power station has an installed capacity of 180 megawatts (MW) from four 30MW generating units and one 60MW unit. The company states that the plant was "completely refurbished in 1998 through a joint venture with Transfield Collinsville Pty Limited and NRGenerating Holdings. It is independently estimated that Collinsville has a potential remaining technical life of 18 years based on the refurbished plant design life of 30 years." Coal for the power station is sourced from the nearby Collinsvale mine.[2]
  • the Loy Yang A Power Station is a 2200MW brown-coal fired power station in the Latrobe Valkley in Victoria. Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund has a 14.03 per cent stake in the power station and mine.[3]

Contact details

Website: http://www.tsinfrastructurefund.com/

Articles and resources

References

  1. Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund, "Welcome to the Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund", Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund website, accessed June 2011.
  2. "Collinsville Power Station", Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund website, accessed June 2011.
  3. Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund, "Loy Yang A Power Station", Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund website, accessed June 2011.

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