Hyundai Engineering wins $325 mln Indonesia thermal power plant order

South Korean builder Hyundai Engineering Co. said Friday it has secured a US$325 million order to build a coal-fired thermal power plant in Indonesia.

The company, part of Hyundai Motor Group, said the deal includes building two 100 megawatt plants in the Tanjung region of Borneo. The total construction period will take 43 months, with Hyundai Engineering in control of all aspects of engineering, procurement and construction, as well as conducting trial operations once the project is finished.

Tanjung Power Indonesia, a special purpose company set up by PT Adaro Energy, Indonesia’s largest coal producer, and Korea East-West Power Co. placed the construction order.

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Posted December 13, 2014 by repit in News

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