Malaysia power plant

Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd and Mitsui & Co. have won a JIY 50 billion joint order from Malaysia’s top power company Tenaga Nasional Berhad to build a natural-gas-powered thermal power plant. The order to upgrade the Port Dickson plant in a Kuala Lumpur suburb is scheduled for completion in autumn 2004. The improved facilities will be able to produce 750,000 kilowatts from two gas and one steam turbine and two heat recovery boilers to be manufactured by Mitsubishi. The facilities will be the Malaysian firm’s first thermal plant to be powered by natural gas and will produce electricity from a combination of sources.

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