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Power export project for Aurecon in Cambodia / Thailand

Aurecon’s Energy team has recently been engaged by Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holdings (RATCH) to carry out a feasibility study into the Koh Kong Power Project in western Cambodia. RATCH is Thailand’s largest independent power producer and is developing the project in order to export electricity from Cambodia to supply Thailand’s fast growing electricity demand. Paul Godden, an Associate in our Energ ...

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TNB wins the Prai combined cycle bid

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has won the international bid to develop a new Combined Cycle Gas Turbine plant (Track 1) in Prai, Penang worth RM3 billion. Chairman of the Energy Commission, Tan Sri Dr Ahmad Tajuddin Ali, said with the bidding results out, TNB can now build, operate and own the integrated gas turbine power plant with a capacity of 1,071 MW and a tariff of 34.7 sen/kWh. The plant is scheduled for ...

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Increasing energy efficiency in Asia’s fleet of heat recovery steam generators

According to the latest international energy outlook, global power consumption is expected to increase by 53% from 2008 to 2035.With the growing affluence of Asian economies, particularly China andIndia;increased appetite in consumption of goods and services has resulted in soaring demand for energy in this part of the world. The need for highly efficient fossil power generation remains, as alternative ener ...

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New MoU Will See Biomass Boom for India

India is set to see some new biomass power projects up and running thanks to a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by the Haryana state government.The MoU has been signed with four independent power producers to set up five biomass projects each producing up to 51MW of power via an investment of Rs230 crore (€33.3 million). Haryana has been heralded as a leading state in furthering energy conservation ...

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Full steam ahead for PLN

State utility company Perusahaan Listrik Negara does plan on signing any new coal procurement contracts until 2014, as expected supply has surpassed consumption for the next two years, a senior official at the firm said on Tuesday. Helmi Najamuddin, head of the coal division at the firm, said that PLN has secured 69.2 million tons of coal, while annual consumption stands at around 31.9 million tons, excludi ...

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EGCO looks for opportunity in the Philippines

THAI power firm Electricity Generating Public Co. Ltd. (EGCO) is keen on expanding its presence in the Philippines through acquisitions and construction of new plants as it notes the economy’s rising demand for energy. EGCO is the international investment arm of Thai state-run firm Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand. The Thai firm is on the lookout for opportunities to build plants with capacities ...

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Announcement of the winner for the Prai CCGT project edges closer

The winners of the bid for the construction of the new Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) plant in Prai, Penang, and an extension of the first generation power purchase agreement will be announced next month. Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister, Datuk Seri Peter Chin Fah Kui said the bid process was conducted via the newly introduced International Competitive Bidding (ICB) standard, to provide the be ...

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APR Energy taking the heat in the Middle East

SANA’A, Yemen – Leading international temporary power provider, APR Energy announced today that it has signed a new contract to provide a seasonal power solution in Yemen. The 60MW contract will be fulfilled across two sites near the city of Aden, using diesel-fired power generation technologies. The generation equipment will be deployed on a fast-track basis from APR’s newly opened hub facility in Dubai. " ...

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$200M Required for PLN’s Aceh Gas-fired Project

PLN is seeking interested bidders for funding the construction of a $200 million gas-fired power plant in Arun, Aceh. “The winner will be announced by early next year, so that the construction can start,” said PLN’s director for planning and risk management, Murtaqi Syamsuddin. The winner will provide the funding for the engineering, procurement and construction of the 200MW power plant project. PLN will su ...

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Jhaiiar Power Ltd Calls for 600,000 Tons of Imported Coal

Jhajjar Power Ltd., a unit of CLP Power India Ltd., is seeking 600,000 metric tons of steam coal for its 1,320 MW unit in northern India. The arm of Hong Kong-based CLP Holdings Ltd. seeks delivery of the fuel at its plant in Haryana for the year ending March 2013, according to the company’s tender notice. The company seeks coal with a gross calorific value of as much as 6,500 kilocalories a kilogram, total ...

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