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Tenaska Inc-Power Plants and SWOT Analysis, 2018 Update

Summary

The report contains a detailed description of the power generation company's business operations, history, corporate strategy, and business structure. This report contains a detailed SWOT analysis, information on key employees (executives), and major products and services.

Scope

- Major Power Plants (assets)-summarized and detailed information about the power plants (assets).

- Operational Metrics (capacity, generation, revenue, sales, number of consumers).

- Business description-A detailed description of the company's operations and business divisions.

- Corporate strategy-GlobalData's summarization of the company's business strategy.

- SWOT analysis-A detailed analysis of the company's strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats.

- Company history-Progression of key events associated with the company.

- Major products and services-A list of major products, services and brands

- Key employees-A list of the key executives and personnel heading key departments/functions.

- Executive biographies-A brief summary of the executives' employment history.

- Financial deals-Coverage of key financial deals from 2006 onwards, depending upon information availability

- Important locations and subsidiaries-A list of key locations and subsidiaries of the company, including contact details.

* Note: Some sections may be missing if data is unavailable for the company.

Reasons to buy

- Gain key insights into the company for academic or business research purposes. Key elements such as SWOT analysis, corporate strategy and major products and services are incorporated in the profile to assist in various business decisions (M&A and JV).

- Identify potential customers and suppliers with this report's analysis of the company's business structure, operations, major products and services and business strategy.

- Understand and respond to competitors' business structure and strategies with GlobalData's detailed SWOT analysis. In this, the company's core strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats are analyzed, providing an up to date objective view of the company.

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Table Of Content

Scope

Table of Contents

Table of Contents 2

List of Tables 5

Company Snapshot 6

Key Information 6

Company Overview 6

SWOT Snapshot 6

Operational Metrics 7

Tenaska Inc, Operational Metrics, By Capacity 7

Tenaska Inc, Wind Farms 8

Tenaska Inc, Wind Farms, United States 8

Tenaska Inc, Solar PV Parks 9

Tenaska Inc, Solar PV Parks, United States 9

Tenaska Inc, Hydro Power Plants 10

Tenaska Inc, Hydro Power Plants, Bolivia 10

Tenaska Inc, Thermal Power Plants 11

Tenaska Inc, Thermal Power Plants, United States 11

Business Description 12

Business Overview 12

Major Products and Services 13

History 14

SWOT Analysis 20

Overview 20

Tenaska Inc Strengths 20

Energy Marketing Services 20

Market Position 20

Environmental Stewardship 20

Tenaska Inc Weaknesses 21

Decline in Market share: Natural Gas Marketing 21

Tenaska Inc Opportunities 21

Renewable Energy Production Incentives: the US 21

Increase in Demand for Electricity: the US 21

Renewal of Credit Facility 21

Tenaska Inc Threats 21

Lower Electricity Prices 21

Operational Issues 21

Project Associated Risks 22

Key Employees 23

Key Employee Biographies 25

Company Statement 26

Locations And Subsidiaries 28

Head Office 28

Other Locations & Subsidiaries 28

Financial Deals Landscape 30

Tenaska Inc, Deals Summary 30

Tenaska Inc, Power, Deal Details 31

Asset Transactions 31

Tenaska Acquires Portfolio of Wind Projects in Minnesota and North Dakota, US from PRC Wind 31

Tenaska and Soltage Acquire Solar Generating Assets in US 32

Tenaska Completes Project Financing of USD450 Million for Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center West Solar Power Park in California, US 33

Tenaska Completes Project Financing For Imperial Solar Energy Center South Project In Southern California 34

Tenaska Completes Bond Financing of USD400 Million to Refinance Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Project in California, US 35

Equity Offering 36

Suncrest Solar Raises Funds in Private Placement 36

Asset Transactions 37

Capital Dynamics and Hanwha Asset Management to Acquire Stake in CSolar South and West Power Plants in California, US from Tenaska 37

J-POWER USA Investment Acquires Equity Stake in Tenaska Westmoreland Natural Gas-fueled Power Project in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US from Tenaska 38

BPUB To Acquire 25% Stake In Tenaska Brownsville Plant From Tenaska In US 39

Acquisition 40

Tenaska Acquires Additional Stake in Soltage 40

Recent Developments 41

Tenaska Inc-Recent Developments 41

Mar 03, 2010: Tenaska Submits FCR To Illinois Commerce Commission 41

Dec 07, 2017: Contract Talks Launched for Potential 500MW San Vicente Energy Storage Facility 41

Oct 04, 2013: Tenaska to launch new affiliate for LNG transportation 42

Aug 11, 2009: Prairie Pride, Tenaska BioFuels Partner In Soybean Processing 43

Apr 11, 2018: Hiring For Operations Jobs At Tenaska Westmoreland Is Complete 43

Apr 11, 2018: New Plant Manager Hired for Tenaska Kiamichi Generating Station 44

Mar 28, 2018: Tenaska Completes Renewal Of USD 1.5 Billion Committed Credit Facility 44

Feb 23, 2017: Massachusetts Schools, Town Cut Costs With New Brownfield Solar Project 45

Sep 20, 2016: Tenaska's 2nd Large-scale Solar Project Begins Commercial Operation 45

Mar 26, 2015: Tenaska Expands Presence in Solar Development Industry, Pursues Distributed Generation Investment Strategy 46

Oct 09, 2014: Community Joins Tenaska in Celebration of More than a Decade in Pittsburg County 47

Jun 13, 2014: Tenaska Closes USD 450 Million Financing for Second California Solar Project 48

Jan 23, 2014: Tenaska Names Gregory Kelly to Lead Company's Development Group 48

Nov 05, 2013: Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center South Begins Commercial Operation 49

May 29, 2013: Tenaska Solar Ventures Sends First Energy From Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center South To SDG&E's Sunrise Powerlink 50

May 23, 2013: GE's Water Treatment Technology Helps Tenaska Gateway Generating Station Cut Costs And Reduce Water Treatment Needs 51

Apr 30, 2012: Illinois EPA Issues Final Air Permit For Taylorville Energy Center 51

Dec 07, 2011: Texas District Court Judge Dismisses Appeals Of TCEQ Order Granting Tenaska's Trailblazer Energy Center Permits 52

Nov 29, 2011: llinois Senate Approves Tenaska Energy Center, Causes Increase In Electric Rates 53

Jan 12, 2011: Illinois Senate Fails To Pass Bill For Taylorville Energy Center 53

Dec 14, 2010: TCEQ Grants Air Quality Permits To Tenaska's Trailblazer Energy Center Near Sweetwater In Texas 53

Jul 27, 2010: Tenaska Receives USD 417 Million Investment Tax Credit From DOE And US Treasury Department 54

Jun 24, 2010: Tenaska Announces Retirement Of Howard Hawks From CEO Role 54

Apr 19, 2010: EDF Not To Oppose Air Quality Permit For Coal-Fired Trailblazer Energy Center 55

Apr 19, 2010: EDF Agrees Not To Oppose Air Quality Permit For Tenaska Trailblazer Energy Center 55

Mar 16, 2010: Tenaska Midstream To Develop Natural Gas Gathering System In West Virginia 56

Jul 13, 2009: Tenaska's TEC To Receive Loan Form DOE Loan Guarantee Program 56

Jun 18, 2009: Tenaska Selects Fluor As EPC Contractor For Trailblazer Coal-Fired Power Plant 57

Apr 28, 2009: Tenaska Energy Closes Its 780 MW High Desert Natural Gas-Fired Power Plant In California 57

Apr 22, 2009: Tenaska Energy Decreases Output At Its 780 MW High Desert Gas Plant In California 58

Mar 16, 2009: Edison Mission's Elkhorn Ridge Wind Farm Provides Electricity To NPPD 58

Jun 18, 2008: Tenaska Announces Non-Binding Open Season For CO2 58

Mar 19, 2008: Tenaska Announces Senior Management Changes 59

Feb 13, 2018: Tenaska signs an agreement with Associated Electric Cooperative for Missouri wind project 59

Aug 17, 2016: Tenaska's Advanced Natural Gas Power Station to Improve Resource Efficiency 60

Apr 20, 2016: Mitsubishi Corporation to Participate in Natural Gas-Fired Power Generation Project in Pennsylvania 61

Sep 27, 2011: Tenaska Solar Ventures Selects First Solar To Construct Imperial Solar Energy Center South In California 61

Nov 11, 2010: SDG&E Signs 25-Year PPA With Subsidiary Of CSolar Development To Procure Up To 130MW Of Solar Power 62

Oct 04, 2010: Tenaska Releases RFPs To Secure Coal From Suppliers In Illinois, US 62

Sep 20, 2010: BlueFire Renewables Sign 15-Year Off-Take Agreement With Tenaska BioFuels For Mississippi Cellulosic Ethanol Facility 63

Jul 26, 2010: Tenaska Chooses Fluor's Econamine FG Plussm Carbon Capture Technology 63

Nov 05, 2009: Tenaska BioFuels Signs Two-Year Tolling Agreement With Tri-State To Resume Ethanol Production 63

Mar 26, 2009: Tenaska Selects Kiewit Energy And Burns & McDonnell For Development Of Taylorville Clean Coal Plant 64

Appendix 65

Report Scope 65

GlobalData Coverage 65

Benchmarking 65

GlobalData's Methodology 65

Secondary Research 65

Primary Research 66

Contact Us 66

Disclaimer 66


List Of Table

List of Tables

Tenaska Inc, Key Facts 6

Tenaska Inc, Operational Metrics, Capacity 7

Tenaska Inc, Wind Farms, United States 8

Tenaska Inc, Solar PV Parks, United States 9

Tenaska Inc, Hydro Power Plants, Bolivia 10

Tenaska Inc, Thermal Power Plants, United States 11

Major Products and Services 13

Tenaska Inc, SWOT Analysis 20

Tenaska Inc, Key Employees 23

Tenaska Inc, Other Locations 28

Tenaska Inc, Subsidiaries 29

Tenaska Inc, Deals Summary 30

Tenaska Acquires Portfolio of Wind Projects in Minnesota and North Dakota, US from PRC Wind 31

Tenaska and Soltage Acquire Solar Generating Assets in US 32

Tenaska Completes Project Financing of USD450 Million for Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center West Solar Power Park in California, US 33

Tenaska Completes Project Financing For Imperial Solar Energy Center South Project In Southern California 34

Tenaska Completes Bond Financing of USD400 Million to Refinance Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Project in California, US 35

Suncrest Solar Raises Funds in Private Placement 36

Capital Dynamics and Hanwha Asset Management to Acquire Stake in CSolar South and West Power Plants in California, US from Tenaska 37

J-POWER USA Investment Acquires Equity Stake in Tenaska Westmoreland Natural Gas-fueled Power Project in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US from Tenaska 38

BPUB To Acquire 25% Stake In Tenaska Brownsville Plant From Tenaska In US 39

Tenaska Acquires Additional Stake in Soltage 40

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Company Profile

Company Profile Title

Tenaska Inc-Power Plants and SWOT Analysis, 2018 Update

Summary

The report contains a detailed description of the power generation company's business operations, history, corporate strategy, and business structure. This report contains a detailed SWOT analysis, information on key employees (executives), and major products and services.

Scope

- Major Power Plants (assets)-summarized and detailed information about the power plants (assets).

- Operational Metrics (capacity, generation, revenue, sales, number of consumers).

- Business description-A detailed description of the company's operations and business divisions.

- Corporate strategy-GlobalData's summarization of the company's business strategy.

- SWOT analysis-A detailed analysis of the company's strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats.

- Company history-Progression of key events associated with the company.

- Major products and services-A list of major products, services and brands

- Key employees-A list of the key executives and personnel heading key departments/functions.

- Executive biographies-A brief summary of the executives' employment history.

- Financial deals-Coverage of key financial deals from 2006 onwards, depending upon information availability

- Important locations and subsidiaries-A list of key locations and subsidiaries of the company, including contact details.

* Note: Some sections may be missing if data is unavailable for the company.

Reasons to buy

- Gain key insights into the company for academic or business research purposes. Key elements such as SWOT analysis, corporate strategy and major products and services are incorporated in the profile to assist in various business decisions (M&A and JV).

- Identify potential customers and suppliers with this report's analysis of the company's business structure, operations, major products and services and business strategy.

- Understand and respond to competitors' business structure and strategies with GlobalData's detailed SWOT analysis. In this, the company's core strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats are analyzed, providing an up to date objective view of the company.

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Scope

Table of Contents

Table of Contents 2

List of Tables 5

Company Snapshot 6

Key Information 6

Company Overview 6

SWOT Snapshot 6

Operational Metrics 7

Tenaska Inc, Operational Metrics, By Capacity 7

Tenaska Inc, Wind Farms 8

Tenaska Inc, Wind Farms, United States 8

Tenaska Inc, Solar PV Parks 9

Tenaska Inc, Solar PV Parks, United States 9

Tenaska Inc, Hydro Power Plants 10

Tenaska Inc, Hydro Power Plants, Bolivia 10

Tenaska Inc, Thermal Power Plants 11

Tenaska Inc, Thermal Power Plants, United States 11

Business Description 12

Business Overview 12

Major Products and Services 13

History 14

SWOT Analysis 20

Overview 20

Tenaska Inc Strengths 20

Energy Marketing Services 20

Market Position 20

Environmental Stewardship 20

Tenaska Inc Weaknesses 21

Decline in Market share: Natural Gas Marketing 21

Tenaska Inc Opportunities 21

Renewable Energy Production Incentives: the US 21

Increase in Demand for Electricity: the US 21

Renewal of Credit Facility 21

Tenaska Inc Threats 21

Lower Electricity Prices 21

Operational Issues 21

Project Associated Risks 22

Key Employees 23

Key Employee Biographies 25

Company Statement 26

Locations And Subsidiaries 28

Head Office 28

Other Locations & Subsidiaries 28

Financial Deals Landscape 30

Tenaska Inc, Deals Summary 30

Tenaska Inc, Power, Deal Details 31

Asset Transactions 31

Tenaska Acquires Portfolio of Wind Projects in Minnesota and North Dakota, US from PRC Wind 31

Tenaska and Soltage Acquire Solar Generating Assets in US 32

Tenaska Completes Project Financing of USD450 Million for Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center West Solar Power Park in California, US 33

Tenaska Completes Project Financing For Imperial Solar Energy Center South Project In Southern California 34

Tenaska Completes Bond Financing of USD400 Million to Refinance Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Project in California, US 35

Equity Offering 36

Suncrest Solar Raises Funds in Private Placement 36

Asset Transactions 37

Capital Dynamics and Hanwha Asset Management to Acquire Stake in CSolar South and West Power Plants in California, US from Tenaska 37

J-POWER USA Investment Acquires Equity Stake in Tenaska Westmoreland Natural Gas-fueled Power Project in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US from Tenaska 38

BPUB To Acquire 25% Stake In Tenaska Brownsville Plant From Tenaska In US 39

Acquisition 40

Tenaska Acquires Additional Stake in Soltage 40

Recent Developments 41

Tenaska Inc-Recent Developments 41

Mar 03, 2010: Tenaska Submits FCR To Illinois Commerce Commission 41

Dec 07, 2017: Contract Talks Launched for Potential 500MW San Vicente Energy Storage Facility 41

Oct 04, 2013: Tenaska to launch new affiliate for LNG transportation 42

Aug 11, 2009: Prairie Pride, Tenaska BioFuels Partner In Soybean Processing 43

Apr 11, 2018: Hiring For Operations Jobs At Tenaska Westmoreland Is Complete 43

Apr 11, 2018: New Plant Manager Hired for Tenaska Kiamichi Generating Station 44

Mar 28, 2018: Tenaska Completes Renewal Of USD 1.5 Billion Committed Credit Facility 44

Feb 23, 2017: Massachusetts Schools, Town Cut Costs With New Brownfield Solar Project 45

Sep 20, 2016: Tenaska's 2nd Large-scale Solar Project Begins Commercial Operation 45

Mar 26, 2015: Tenaska Expands Presence in Solar Development Industry, Pursues Distributed Generation Investment Strategy 46

Oct 09, 2014: Community Joins Tenaska in Celebration of More than a Decade in Pittsburg County 47

Jun 13, 2014: Tenaska Closes USD 450 Million Financing for Second California Solar Project 48

Jan 23, 2014: Tenaska Names Gregory Kelly to Lead Company's Development Group 48

Nov 05, 2013: Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center South Begins Commercial Operation 49

May 29, 2013: Tenaska Solar Ventures Sends First Energy From Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center South To SDG&E's Sunrise Powerlink 50

May 23, 2013: GE's Water Treatment Technology Helps Tenaska Gateway Generating Station Cut Costs And Reduce Water Treatment Needs 51

Apr 30, 2012: Illinois EPA Issues Final Air Permit For Taylorville Energy Center 51

Dec 07, 2011: Texas District Court Judge Dismisses Appeals Of TCEQ Order Granting Tenaska's Trailblazer Energy Center Permits 52

Nov 29, 2011: llinois Senate Approves Tenaska Energy Center, Causes Increase In Electric Rates 53

Jan 12, 2011: Illinois Senate Fails To Pass Bill For Taylorville Energy Center 53

Dec 14, 2010: TCEQ Grants Air Quality Permits To Tenaska's Trailblazer Energy Center Near Sweetwater In Texas 53

Jul 27, 2010: Tenaska Receives USD 417 Million Investment Tax Credit From DOE And US Treasury Department 54

Jun 24, 2010: Tenaska Announces Retirement Of Howard Hawks From CEO Role 54

Apr 19, 2010: EDF Not To Oppose Air Quality Permit For Coal-Fired Trailblazer Energy Center 55

Apr 19, 2010: EDF Agrees Not To Oppose Air Quality Permit For Tenaska Trailblazer Energy Center 55

Mar 16, 2010: Tenaska Midstream To Develop Natural Gas Gathering System In West Virginia 56

Jul 13, 2009: Tenaska's TEC To Receive Loan Form DOE Loan Guarantee Program 56

Jun 18, 2009: Tenaska Selects Fluor As EPC Contractor For Trailblazer Coal-Fired Power Plant 57

Apr 28, 2009: Tenaska Energy Closes Its 780 MW High Desert Natural Gas-Fired Power Plant In California 57

Apr 22, 2009: Tenaska Energy Decreases Output At Its 780 MW High Desert Gas Plant In California 58

Mar 16, 2009: Edison Mission's Elkhorn Ridge Wind Farm Provides Electricity To NPPD 58

Jun 18, 2008: Tenaska Announces Non-Binding Open Season For CO2 58

Mar 19, 2008: Tenaska Announces Senior Management Changes 59

Feb 13, 2018: Tenaska signs an agreement with Associated Electric Cooperative for Missouri wind project 59

Aug 17, 2016: Tenaska's Advanced Natural Gas Power Station to Improve Resource Efficiency 60

Apr 20, 2016: Mitsubishi Corporation to Participate in Natural Gas-Fired Power Generation Project in Pennsylvania 61

Sep 27, 2011: Tenaska Solar Ventures Selects First Solar To Construct Imperial Solar Energy Center South In California 61

Nov 11, 2010: SDG&E Signs 25-Year PPA With Subsidiary Of CSolar Development To Procure Up To 130MW Of Solar Power 62

Oct 04, 2010: Tenaska Releases RFPs To Secure Coal From Suppliers In Illinois, US 62

Sep 20, 2010: BlueFire Renewables Sign 15-Year Off-Take Agreement With Tenaska BioFuels For Mississippi Cellulosic Ethanol Facility 63

Jul 26, 2010: Tenaska Chooses Fluor's Econamine FG Plussm Carbon Capture Technology 63

Nov 05, 2009: Tenaska BioFuels Signs Two-Year Tolling Agreement With Tri-State To Resume Ethanol Production 63

Mar 26, 2009: Tenaska Selects Kiewit Energy And Burns & McDonnell For Development Of Taylorville Clean Coal Plant 64

Appendix 65

Report Scope 65

GlobalData Coverage 65

Benchmarking 65

GlobalData's Methodology 65

Secondary Research 65

Primary Research 66

Contact Us 66

Disclaimer 66


List Of Table

List of Tables

Tenaska Inc, Key Facts 6

Tenaska Inc, Operational Metrics, Capacity 7

Tenaska Inc, Wind Farms, United States 8

Tenaska Inc, Solar PV Parks, United States 9

Tenaska Inc, Hydro Power Plants, Bolivia 10

Tenaska Inc, Thermal Power Plants, United States 11

Major Products and Services 13

Tenaska Inc, SWOT Analysis 20

Tenaska Inc, Key Employees 23

Tenaska Inc, Other Locations 28

Tenaska Inc, Subsidiaries 29

Tenaska Inc, Deals Summary 30

Tenaska Acquires Portfolio of Wind Projects in Minnesota and North Dakota, US from PRC Wind 31

Tenaska and Soltage Acquire Solar Generating Assets in US 32

Tenaska Completes Project Financing of USD450 Million for Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center West Solar Power Park in California, US 33

Tenaska Completes Project Financing For Imperial Solar Energy Center South Project In Southern California 34

Tenaska Completes Bond Financing of USD400 Million to Refinance Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Project in California, US 35

Suncrest Solar Raises Funds in Private Placement 36

Capital Dynamics and Hanwha Asset Management to Acquire Stake in CSolar South and West Power Plants in California, US from Tenaska 37

J-POWER USA Investment Acquires Equity Stake in Tenaska Westmoreland Natural Gas-fueled Power Project in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US from Tenaska 38

BPUB To Acquire 25% Stake In Tenaska Brownsville Plant From Tenaska In US 39

Tenaska Acquires Additional Stake in Soltage 40

Single User License:
Report can be used by individual purchaser only

Site License:
Report can be shared by unlimited users within one corporate location, e.g. a regional office

Corporate User License: 
Report can be shared globally by unlimited users within the purchasing corporation e.g. all employees of a single company

To know more information on Purchase by Section, please send a mail to support@kenresearch.com

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Products

Total Installed Capacity, Net Capacity, Total Generation, Power Purchased, No of Consumers, Power Sales, Average price, Transmission (Under Ground), Transmission Line, Number of Distribution Transformers, Distribution Line, Number of Power Transformer, Transmission Loss, Contracting Generating Capacity, Distribution: Territorial area covered