AER announced today (and CS Energy confirmed) that a fine had been issued, and paid, for ‘allegedly operating a generating system without regulatory approval’ – with respect to the Callide C units on 24th May 2021 (i.e. the day before the explosion – but I believe unrelated to the explosion).
On Friday 29th September 2023 we look back at Kogan Creek via ‘Bids & Offers’ in ez2view over 20 days to see what’s visible, in terms of any impact of the current Industrial Action
A quick article, following a social media update by CS Energy on the repair process for the cooling towers at Callide C.
A second quick article about the reported commencement of industrial action at Kogan Creek Power Station in QLD today (Thu 21st Sept 2023).
The print version of the AFR today talks about possible industrial action at Kogan Creek power station – prompting us to take a quick look at current Availability projections.
A quick note on WattClarity to tie in an update (earlier this month) from CS Energy on the rebuild of the cooling tower for Callide C3 and C4.
More updates recently about the Callide C power station. Looks like we’ll be waiting a while longer for the (delayed again) return to service…
A short article today noting the additional delays in return-to-service expectations for both Callide C3 and C4.
A short article about a further delay in the expected return to service date for Callide C3 (which is offline after suffering cooling tower failure).
Yesterday (Wed 28th Dec) CS Energy informed the market of further delays in RTS for Callide C3 and C4 – today we take a quick look.
CS Energy’s Kogan Creek restarted on the morning of Tuesday 20th December 2022.
No change in return-to-service expectation for Callide C3.
A quick note to echo the news from CS Energy that the replacement generator transformer is onsite.
Spurred by the extended outage at Kogan Creek, we also take a quick look at current expectations for Callide C4.
One of many articles in the AFR this week flagged an extension of major outage on Kogan Creek Power Station. In this article we take a quick initial look.
There’s been a 6-month delay in return to service expectation for the damaged Callide C4 unit.
With expectations set last week that Callide B1 would be back online yesterday at minimum load, I’ve had a quick look and can’t see it yet…
This evening I’ve taken a first pass look at how QLD generators bid on Tuesday 25th May 2021, in response to the tight supply/demand balance created by the Callide C4 outage and cascade of events.