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Mr. Andrew W. Dorn Jr.

Managing Partner

Moundsville Power LLC

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Moundsville Power LLC

360 Delaware Ave Suite 406

Buffalo, New York 14202

United States

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Employment History

Energy Solutions Consortium LLC

Chief Executive Officer

Demand Response Partners Inc

Education

Bachelors of Science

Ceramic Engineering

Alfred University

MBA

Finance

University at Buffalo

Master of Business Administration

Canisius College

Master of Business Administration

State University of New York at Buffalo

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Power Generation - Andrew Dorn, Managing Partner, Moundsville Power LLC


Although no local natural gas-fired power ...

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Although no local natural gas-fired power plants are online yet, Moundsville Power developer Andrew Dorn said his projected 549-megawatt generator along the Ohio River should enter its construction phase this fall. He said the plant may create $8 billion worth of economic activity over a projected 35-year span, while employing 30 full-time workers.

Dorn acknowledges, however, that production and usage of natural gas does not lead to similar levels of employment in comparison to coal.


Although no local natural gas-fired power ...

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Although no local natural gas-fired power plants are online yet, Moundsville Power developer Andrew Dorn said his projected 549-megawatt generator along the Ohio River should enter its construction phase this fall. He said the plant may create $8 billion worth of economic activity over a projected 35-year span, while employing 30 full-time workers.

Dorn acknowledges, however, that production and usage of natural gas does not lead to similar levels of employment in comparison to coal.


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Dorn: EPA standards to fuel more gas plants

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WHEELING - Andrew Dorn believes stringent Environmental Protection Agency emissions standards will precipitate more natural gas fired electricity plants, such as his 549-megawatt Moundsville Power generator.
Dorn's company cleared the final construction hurdle by receiving its siting permit from the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, as the firm previously gained an air quality permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.
"I think there will have to be more plants like this because of the retirement of coal plants," Dorn, managing partner for Buffalo, N.Y.-based Moundsville Power, said.
Dorn said the company plans to begin building its $615 million facility on the 37-acre portion of land south of Moundsville between W.Va. 2 and the Ohio River in "October or November. The new facility will be just a few miles north of the coal-fired American Electric Power Kammer Plant, which is slated for shutdown this year.
"We have to be operational by June 1, 2018," he said, adding he believes the plant should be built by the end of 2017.
Dorn said the facility will use about 100 million cubic feet of natural gas -- roughly the production of two or three successful horizontal wells -- daily to produce its electricity. He said the company is finalizing a contract with a single producer to supply natural gas to the plant, though he declined to name the firm.
"It will be a name everyone there will recognize. We can burn a lot of gas for them," Dorn said. "If we can burn $105 million worth of gas annually, that will increase the royalty payments for mineral owners."
Once operational, the plant is expected to be the largest consumer of natural gas in West Virginia. It will also be one of the first in the U.S. to burn ethane, according to company officials.
Dorn believes the project will create 400 construction jobs and 30 full-time jobs. He said the plant will be a combined-cycle facility, which has natural gas run one of the plant's turbines, while the exhaust heat from this process drives an additional steam turbine. He also maintains his firm will meet the $615 million price tag with private financing.
"We are in the process of completing our contract with Black & Veatch, global engineering firm, to build the plant. They have built over 130 of these plants all over the world," Dorn said.
Originally, Moundsville Power awarded the contract to CH2M Hill, but Dorn said that firm decided to stop building power plants.
Dorn said the generator will place power onto the PJM Interconnection grid for use wherever there is a need for electricity.
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Dorn said the facility will not reach these emission levels, however.
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Since then, Mason and Schambach have retired from the commission, a fact not lost on Dorn.


WHEELING - Andrew Dorn believes ...

www.weirtondailytimes.com [cached]

WHEELING - Andrew Dorn believes stringent Environmental Protection Agency emissions standards will precipitate more natural gas fired electricity plants, such as his 549-megawatt Moundsville Power generator.

Dorn's company cleared the final construction hurdle Monday by receiving its siting permit from the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, as the firm previously gained an air quality permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.
"I think there will have to be more plants like this because of the retirement of coal plants," Dorn, managing partner for Buffalo, N.Y.-based Moundsville Power, said.
...
Dorn said the company plans to begin building its $615 million facility on the 37-acre portion of land south of Moundsville between state Route 2 and the Ohio River in "October or November. The new facility will be just a few miles north of the coal-fired American Electric Power Kammer Plant, which is slated for shutdown this year.
"We have to be operational by June 1, 2018," he said, adding he believes the plant should be built by the end of 2017.
Dorn said the facility will use about 100 million cubic feet of natural gas - roughly the production of two or three successful horizontal wells - daily to produce its electricity. He said the company is finalizing a contract with a single producer to supply natural gas to the plant, though he declined to name the firm.
"It will be a name everyone there will recognize. We can burn a lot of gas for them," Dorn said. "If we can burn $105 million worth of gas annually, that will increase the royalty payments for mineral owners."
Once operational, the plant is expected to be the largest consumer of natural gas in West Virginia. It will also be one of the first in the U.S. to burn ethane, according to company officials.
Dorn believes the project will create 400 construction jobs and 30 full-time jobs. He said the plant will be a combined-cycle facility, which has natural gas run one of the plant's turbines, while the exhaust heat from this process drives an additional steam turbine. He also maintains his firm will meet the $615 million price tag with private financing.
"We are in the process of completing our contract with Black & Veatch, global engineering firm, to build the plant. They have built over 130 of these plants all over the world," Dorn said.
Moundsville Power originally awarded the contract to CH2M Hill, but Dorn said that firm decided to stop building power plants.
Dorn said the generator will place power onto the PJM Interconnection grid for use wherever there is a need for electricity.
...
Dorn said the facility will not reach these emission levels, however.
...
Since then, Mason and Schambach have retired from the commission, a fact not lost on Dorn.

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