Natural gas-fired power plant in NJ strikes gas delivery deal

Red Oak Power Plant

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approved a request from New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) to provide natural gas to the 830 MW Red Oak power plant and plant operator, TAQA GEN-X LLC (TAQA-Red Oak).

As part of the deal, NJNG will provide natural gas delivery service to TAQA-Red Oak, with the option to supply natural gas under its gas supply incentive program with margins to be shared with customers. TAQA-Red Oak will pay the costs of connecting to NJNG’s distribution main.

NJNG expects to begin delivery to Red Oak in the fall of 2014, and the agreement is effective through Sept. 30, 2022. 

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