Marubeni consortium to build $365m power plant in Indonesia

WCN Editorial Team 21 Jul 2017 ASIA ENERGY & UTILITIES

A consortium of Marubeni, General Electric (GE) and PT. Hutama Karya (HK) has bagged a contract from PT Indonesia Power (Persero) for the construction of Tambak Lorok combined cycle power plant block 3 project in Central Java, Indonesia.

The contract is valued at JPY41bn ($365m). The gas fired combined cycle power plant, which will be built on EPC basis, will have a capacity to generate 780MW of electricity.

The consortium partners will be responsible for engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the power plant, which is slated to become operational in 2020.

As per terms of the EPC, Marubeni will supply the remaining equipment for the plant which includes a heat recovery steam generator and install all equipment in the site.

Additionally, GE will provide the main equipment such as a gas turbine, steam turbine, and generator while the civil construction work will be handled by HK.

Marubeni said that the Tambak Lorok combined cycle power plant is the first large-scale combined cycle power plant project for Marubeni in collaboration with GE.

In Indonesia, Marubeni has been involved in 7,600MW of power plant construction and also owns 1,500MW (share basis) of power plants as an independent power producer (IPP).

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