$900M power plant set for Saudi Arabia

WCN Editorial Team 11 Oct 2016 MIDDLE EAST ENERGY & UTILITIES

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has secured a contract worth KRW1tr ($900M) for the construction of a combined-cycle power plant in Saudi Arabia.

The company formed a consortium with French energy firm Engie in order to participate in the bid. Scope of work includes design to equipment manufacturing and installment, and to oversee operation along with engineering, procurement and construction.

The project has been commissioned by the state-run Saudi Electricity Company and Saudi Aramco. Work is anticipated to be concluded by November 2019.

The facility in Fadhili will have a capacity of 1519MW and will supply heat and electricity to the Fadhili gas complex.

In April last year the company also built the Rabigh 2 Power Plant, a thermoelectric plant in Rabigh, Saudi Arabia.

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