Three-party consortium signs EPC contract
The three-party consortium of Sumitomo Corporation, Toshiba Corporation, and IHI Corporation signed an EPC contract with Coal Power Generation Company Bangladesh Limited for the construction of an ultra-super critical coal-fired thermal power plant, as well as a deep sea port.
Alternative energy for the Gulf
With booming domestic demand for power, the hydrocarbon-rich Arabian Gulf countries are exploring the use of alternative and renewable energy resources – including coal, nuclear, solar, wind and hydrogen.
South Africa: power plant upgrade
Alstom has won a contract to refurbish the 2100 MW Arnot coal-fired power plant in South Africa.
Bulgaria: coal power station
Alstom has won a contract with US-based AES Corporation to build a turnkey clean coal power plant in Bulgaria.
Petrosea coal contract
PT Petrosea Tbk has signed a contract to mine both coal and overburden for PT Bukit Baiduri Energi in east Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia.
China: massive coal-fired plant for Anhui
China is planning a giant coal-fired power project that will generate more electricity than even the massive Three Gorges Dam.
New Caledonia: power plant
Alstom has been awarded a turnkey Engineer, Procure and Construct (EPC) contract to provide a new power plant for Prony Energies in New Caledonia.
Indonesia: power boiler for pulp and paper mill
Aker Kvaerner's subsidiary Kvaerner Power has signed a power boiler contract worth more than EUR 40 million with an Indonesian customer
Taipower to build power plant
Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) will invest in an 800MW power plant in Changhua, central Taiwan.
South Africa: coal expansion
BHP Billiton's Ingwe Collieries Limited and Anglo American's Anglo Coal are to investigate a proposed expansion of adjacent coal resources in the Western Complex, South Africa.