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East / Southeast Asia

Chana Combined Cycle Power Plant
Chana Combined Cycle Power Plant
Chana Combined Cycle Power Plant Unit 2
Chana Combined Cycle Power Plant Unit 2
Wang Noi Combined Ccycle Power Plant Unit 4
Wang Noi Combined Ccycle Power Plant Unit 4
East / Southeast AsiaCombined-cycle gas turbine power generation2011
Project name:
(1)Chana Combined Cycle Power Plant
(2)Chana Combined Cycle Power Plant Unit 2 expansion project
(3)Wang Noi Combined Ccycle Power Plant Unit 4 expansion project
Location:
(1)(2)Songkhla Province, southern Thailand
(3)Wang Noi District, northern Thailand
Customer:
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
Generation capacityr:
(1)732MW
(2)782MW
(3)769MW
The Chana Combined Cycle Power Plant was the first power plant project to resume after the Asian currency crisis of 1997. Also, this project served a very important role in Thailand to correspond to rapid increase of electricity demand, following economic growth of the country.
The order was received jointly with Siemens (Germany) as a full turnkey project that included equipment supply and civil/installation works. Siemens provided their gas turbine, steam turbine and generator, and Marubeni was responsible for the exhaust heat recovery boiler, auxiliary equipment and civil/installation works.
In 2006, Marubeni and Siemens have jointly signed a contract for Bang Pakong Combined Cycle Power Plant Block 5 expansion project in Thailand. In addition to Marubeni’s great quantity of delivery experience in Thailand, the price and technological qualities of both companies were highly regarded, which then led to the simultaneous receipt in 2011 of orders for the second phase expansion project of the Chana Combined Cycle Power Plant and Wang Noi Combined Cycle Power Plant Unit 4 expansion project. They are state-of-the-art combined thermal power plants that use eco-friendly Thai natural gas as fuel and collect and utilize the exhaust heat from a high efficiency large gas turbine.
Glow Phase 5 Combined Cycle / Cogen Project
East / Southeast AsiaCombined-cycle gas turbine power generation2008
Project name:
Glow Phase 5 Combined Cycle / Cogen Project
Location:
Rayong Province, Thailand
Customer:
Glow Energy Public Company Limited
Total capacity:
380MW
The consortium of Marubeni and Black & Veatch of USA was awarded a contract for Construction of 380MW gas-fired Co-generation Power Plant from Glow Energy Public Company Limited (Glow), who is one of the biggest Independent Power Producer (IPP) in Thailand. This is the fifth phase of Glow's power plant construction project in the Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate which Marubeni was awarded in series after Marubeni has successfully completed the previous contracts for Phase 3 and Phase 4. Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate is one of the most stringent environmental regulations in Thailand, where we have succeeded in reducing the total emission of Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) and Sulfur Oxide (SOx) from the plant, while dramatically increasing power and steam production capacity. This achievement was granted certifications for Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Health Impact Assessment (HIA) by the Thai Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
Dongducheon Combined Cycle Power Plant
East / Southeast AsiaCombined-cycle gas turbine power generation2012
Project name:
Dongducheon Combined Cycle Power Plant
Location:
Dongducheon, South Korea
Customer:
Samsung C&T Corporation
Total capacity:
1,900MW(950MWx2)
This project is one the largest combined-cycle power plants in of South Korea which marks as the first project to install the state-of-the-art gas turbines (Model M501J) developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) with its proprietary technologies. The scope of the contract includes supplying main equipment such as gas turbine generators (four units), steam turbine generators (two units), and related auxiliary equipment, and Marubeni was mainly in charge of the transportation of the main equipment supplied by MHI. The M501J gas turbine boasts high efficiency and contributes to reducing the environmental load. The J-Series gas turbines in a combined cycle power plant can help reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 50% compared with conventional coal-fired power plants.
Tharkayta Combined Cycle Power Plant
East / Southeast AsiaCombined-cycle gas turbine power generation2017
Project name:
Tharkayta Combined Cycle Power Station
Location:
Yangon, Myanmar
Customer:
Electric Power Generation Enterprise (EPGE)
Total capacity:
66MW(Before the rehabilitation : 24MW)
Marubeni Power Systems has been awarded the Rehabilitation and Upgrade Project of Tharkayta Combined Cycle Power Station from Electric Power Generation Enterprise (EPGE), and signed the contract in 2017.
This is the first power plant project financed by Japanese Yen Credit after the change of the Myanmar government in 2016.Tharkayta Combined Cycle Power Station (current output: approx. 24MW) is located in the Tharkayta area in Yangon, and this project is to rehabilitate the station’s Gas Turbines and Gas Turbine Generators by uprating their capacity and efficiency. The capacity of the power station will be increased to 66 MW after the rehabilitation. The scope of MPSC includes engineering, procurement, erection work and commissioning and the rehabilitation is expected to be completed in 2019. The parts for the Gas Turbines will be supplied by General Electric International, Inc. and GE Global Parts & Products GmbH, and the parts for the Gas Turbine Generator will be supplied by Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd.
Keramasan Combined Cycle Power Plant
East / Southeast AsiaCombined-cycle gas turbine power generation2011
Project name:
Keramasan Combined Cycle Power Plant
Location:
Sumatra, Indonesia
Customer:
PT Pertamina
Total capacity:
80MW(40MWx2)
Marubeni has been awarded Keramasan Combined Cycle Power Plant where is located Palembang of Sumatra province in Indonesia as a full turnkey contract basis. The contract is supported by Japanese ODA Loan funded from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
This project was to establish 80MW Gas Combined Cycle Power Plant that were to be extended at the site of Keramasa Gas Power Plant. Hitachi Ltd. (at the time) supplied two efficiency H-25 Gas Turbine that boasts many delivery result in and out of Japan. Toshiba Plant Systems & Services Corporation (TPSC) was responsible for supplying the steam turbine and the auxiliary equipment, civil engineering and trail operation and the plant was taken over in 2013.

Southwest Asia

Bibiyana-Ⅲ Gas Based Combined Cycle Power Plant
Southwest AsiaCombined-cycle gas turbine power generation2015
Project name:
Bibiyana-Ⅲ Gas Based Combined Cycle Power Plant
Location:
Sylhet Division, Bangladesh
Customer:
Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB)
Total capacity:
400MW
Marubeni has signed a contract for construction of Bibiyana-III Gas based Combined Cycle Power Plant with the total net capacity of 400MW in 2015 with Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB), for which the Japan Bank for International Cooperation supported through a buyer’s credit (export loan).
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems has supplied the gas turbine and generator (Mitsubishi Electric is manufacturer of the generator), and Fuji Electric has supplied the steam turbine and generator. The combined cycle power plant is expected to be completed in 2019.
In Bangladesh, with the chronic gap in demand and supply of power and the recent economic growth, many new power plant development projects have been planned. To assist the growth of Bangladesh economy, Marubeni has committed to conduct every possible effort for the successful completion of this project and contribute to expand the future businesses in the Bangladesh power sector together with a support from the Japanese government.
Auraiya Combined Cycle Power Plant
Southwest AsiaCombined-cycle gas turbine power generation2012
Project name:
Auraiya Combined Cycle Power Plant
Location:
Uttar Pradesh state, India
Customer:
National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC)
Total capacity:
663MW
In 2012, Marubeni - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) Consortium have jointly signed a contract for rehabilitation work on Auraiya gas turbine combined cycle (GTCC) power plant on turnkey basis from NTPC Limited, who is the country’s largest state-owned power company. The power plant to be rehabilitated has an installed capacity of 663.36 MW.
The contract was supported by Japan Bank for International Cooperation’s buyer`s credit (export loan) and the scope was to rehabilitate the gas turbines and renewal of control system in order to recover the original capacity. The project was taken over in 2015.
Auraiya GTCC power plant has been in operation since 1990 without major rehabilitation, so the rehabilitation work has been waited long and was necessary to boost the capacity by 55 MW and extend its work life by more than 10 years, thereby this rehabilitation can contribute further to supply power in order to stabilize and enhance India’s national infrastructure.
New Haripur Combined Cycle Power Plant
Southwest AsiaCombined-cycle gas turbine power generation2011
Project name:
New Haripur Combined Cycle Power Plant
Location:
Dhaka Division, Bangladesh
Customer:
Electricity Generation Company of Bangladesh Ltd. (EGCB)
Total capacity:
410MW
Marubeni has signed a contract for construction of New Haripur Combined Cycle Power Plant with the total net capacity of about 410MW in 2011, with Electricity Generation Company of Bangladesh Ltd. (EGCB). The contract is supported by Japanese ODA Loan funded from Japanese Government through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
The scope of this contract includes engineering, procurement, delivery of the equipment and the construction and installation work, on a Full Turn-Key basis. Main equipments, Gas Turbine Generator was procured from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) (Generator was manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric) and Steam Turbine Generator was procured from Fuji Electric Systems and the plant was taken over in 2014.
This Combined-cycle Power Plant, which fuel is natural gas, is environmental friendly technology and it was equipped with the newest large size Gas Turbine from MHI with highest thermal efficiency among same class Gas Turbines.
The Long Term Service Agreement for Bheramara Combined Cycle Power Plant
The Long Term Service Agreement for Bheramara Combined Cycle Power Plant
Southwest AsiaOthers2018
Project name:
The Long Term Service Agreement for Bheramara Combined Cycle Power Plant
Location:
Khustia, Bangladesh
Customer:
North West Power Generation Company Limited (NWPGCL).
Marubeni Power Systems Corporation has been awarded the Long Term Service Agreement for Bheramara Combined Cycle Power Plant from North West Power Generation Company Limited (NWPGCL), and signed the contract on August, 2018. MPSC will execute remote monitoring of the power plant, and planned maintenances for key components (including Gas Turbine, Steam Turbine, and Generator) for 6 years.
Bheramara Combined Cycle Power Plant is located in about 150km west of Dhaka, and having installed capacity of 410MW. Through this LTSA Contract, MPSC will contribute for the stable operation of this power plant together with Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd.

Middle East

132kV Submarine Cable
Middle EastOthers2010
Project name:
132kV Submarine Cable
Location:
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Customer:
Abu Dhabi Transmission & Despatch Company (TRANSCO)
Marubeni and VISCAS have jointly signed a contract for 132kV Submarine Cable with Abu Dhabi Transmission & Despatch Company (TRANSCO), and the project was taken over in September 2014.
This is the projrct of power suppling to Sir Bani Yas Island that has been developed as tourist island as part of the Desert Island Project for island areas of western Abu Dhabi.
Shuweihat district as the starting point of this project is located about 250km southwest of Abu Dhabi City, Sir Bani Yas Island is located about 9km offshore of Shuweihat district. The scope of Marubeni and VISCAS includes supplying submarine power and optical fiber cables and their installation.

Africa

NIPP Simple Cycle Thermal Power Plant in Nigeria
AfricaGas turbine power generation2006
Project name:
National Integrated Power Project
Location:
Cross River State, Edo State and Delta State, Nigeria
Customer:
Niger Delta Power Holding Company
Total capacity:
1,463MW(563MW, 450MW, 450MW)
This project involves the construction of 563 MW, 450 MW, and 450 MW power plants in three locations in Nigeria.
Marubeni carried out the inland transport and installation of the customer-supplied gas turbines, generators and traction transformers, as well as supply the auxiliary equipment, civil engineering and trial operation.

Japan

The Emergency Purchase Project of Gas Turbine Generators for Post-earthquake Restoration Efforts
JapanGas turbine power generation2011
Project name:
The Emergency Purchase Project of Gas Turbine Generators for Post-earthquake Restoration Efforts
Location:
Higashi Niigata Thermal Power Station in Seiro-machi, Kitakambara-gun, Niigata, Japan
Customer:
Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.
Total capacity:
50MW(25MWx2)
This project was an emergency purchase to back up the power supply for the restoration efforts after the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011.
We performed the contract for two units of mobile gas turbine power generator (unit output capacity: 25 MW/@ unit class) that were to be installed at the site of Higashi Niigata Thermal Power Station on turnkey contract (that covers engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, and temporary O&M) basis.
We made full use of the advantage of Marubeni's capabilities as a leading trading company and accomplished exceptional urgent delivery and installation with the emergency measures. Actually, we made a special arrangement to deliver 2 units of the gas turbine from GE in U.S.A. and Hungary by aircraft, instead of normal ocean shipment. And, we successfully completed the installation and contract in the unusually short period of three months from order placement and one month from the delivery of the units at the site.
The units were not only contributed to post-earthquake restoration but also they were being utilized as back up emergency power supply for the peak power demand.
Marubeni Power Systems Corporation