Message from the President

Supporting people’s lives with a stable power supply and contributing to global development

Ken Muroie, President, Director

Marubeni Power & Infrastructure Systems Corporation (MPSC) was established in 1985. Since then, together with Marubeni Corporation (MC), we have grown into a leading firm specializing in overseas power plant projects that include everything from order receipt to the Engineering, Procurement of equipment, Construction, Trial operation and Delivery. Electricity is the most important form of infrastructure that supports modern culture and industrial activities. Every government in the world focus on a stable power supply as a primary policy goal.

MC-Power Projects Group owns power plants over 21 countries with a total Gross(*1) output of 40,699 MW and Net(*2) output with 11,983 MW, and 112,444MW for accumulated EPC(*3) experiences in 56 countries those are taken the lead among Japanese Trading Firm. MPSC collectively carries out entire overseas power plant projects.

It takes a long time to complete a power plant project from the commencement of business negotiations to delivery. Also, a variety of parties are involved in each project, such as equipment manufacturers, engineering companies, construction companies and logistics companies. Furthermore, many large-scale infrastructure projects require financing, and overseas projects involve various risks as well. Therefore, the comprehensive ability is required to deliver the complete power plant to the customer; in other words, project management capabilities that take control of a project and use advanced commercial and technical knowledge based on the extensive experience.

MPSC continues to contribute to a prosperous future and global development by further improving our project management capabilities and also continuing to respond to the expectations and trust of our customers around the world as a group of experts on overseas power projects.

Ken Muroie, President, Director

(*1) Gross: Total installed capacities.
(*2) Net: Total installed capacities at the rate of MC’s share.
(*3) EPC: Engineering, Procurement and Construction.

Marubeni Power & Infrastructure Systems Corporation