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Doosan Negotiating for Coal-Fired Power Plant in South Africa
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Doosan Negotiating for Coal-Fired Power Plant in South Africa
  • By Michael Herh
  • July 12, 2017, 12:15
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Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction is negotiating contract terms for the construction and operation of a coal-fired power plant in South Africa.
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction is negotiating contract terms for the construction and operation of a coal-fired power plant in South Africa.

 

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction announced in its public disclosure on July 11 that it was negotiating contract terms for the construction and operation of a coal-fired power plant in South Africa.

Last October, the Department of Energy of South Africa selected the KEPCO-Marubeni Consortium as the preferred bidder for the construction and operation of a coal-fired power plant.

The project is to build a 630-megawatt coal-fired power plant in the Tabamesh site in Limpopo 300 km northwest of Johannesburg, South Africa.

If and when the deal is cut, Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction will participate in the consortium as an EPC supplier in charge of design, supply and construction work including production and supply of major equipment such as boilers and turbines.