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Diamantina Power Station is a combined-cycle gas turbine electricity generation plant in Mount Isa, Queensland. It was developed by APA Group and AGL Energy Limited at a cost of $570 million. Siemens Energy will supply one steam turbine, two gas turbines and two heat-recovery steam generators.
Construction commenced in 2012. It became operational in mid-2014 with a generating capacity of 302 MW when combined with 60 MW provided by the adjacent Leichhardt Power Station.
On the 1 October 2014, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission gave authorisation for the power station owner along with the operator of other generating equipment in the city, Stanwell Corporation, to manage electricity supplied to the North West Power System.