Australian construction engineering company Decmil Group has won a A$277m ($195m) EPC contract from Maoneng Australia for its 255MW Sunraysia Solar PV project near Balranald in New South Wales, Australia.
Australia-based full-service balance-of-plant specialist Zenviron has secured a second contract from Goldwind Australia for the southern section of the Moorabool Wind Farm in regional Victoria, taking Zenviron’s total contract works on this project to A$130m ($92.1m).
A joint venture between Fluor and JGC Corporation has won a $14bn contract from LNG Canada to provide the engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction services for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada.
SA Energy Group, a 50:50 joint venture between Canadian construction firm Aecon and Robert B Somerville, has won a C$526m ($410m) contract from TransCanada for Spreads 3 and 4 of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline project in British Columbia, Canada.
Suez NWS, through its joint venture Jiangsu Sino French Water, has won a €413m concession contract to build a wastewater treatment plant and operate the plant and the sewer network in Chengdong area, Changshu in China for a period of 30 years.
German energy company innogy has begun construction on the 349MWp solar power plant at Limondale near Balranald in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW).
A consortium comprising Spain’s Tecnicas Reunidas and Abu Dhabi’s Target Engineering Construction has won an AED3.16bn ($860m) EPC contract from ADNOC LNG for the second phase of the Integrated Gas Development Expansion (IGD-E) project in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Eggborough Power has secured planning permission from the government for the construction of a new 2,500MW gas-fired power plant at Eggborough near Selby in North Yorkshire, UK.
Sharp Energy Solutions (SESJ) of Japan has received an order from Gia Lai Hydropower and TTC-Duc Hue Long An Power to construct two mega solar power plants in Binh Thuan Province and Long An Province in Vietnam, each with a capacity of 49MW-dc for a combined capacity of 98MW-dc.
L&T Construction, the construction subsidiary of L&T, has won orders worth INR20.48bn ($285m) across two business segments.
Projects overseen by the company include bridges, spanning roads, valleys and water; planning and constructing commercial and industrial zones; conveyance and storage systems for the water industry; roads; urban development and regeneration; architec ...