Doosan Wins $563 Million Contract for New Vietnam Coal-Fired Plant

 Doosan Wins $563 Million Contract for New Vietnam Coal-Fired Plant

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has won a $562.55 million contract with Vietnam Electricity (EVN) to build a coal-fired power plant about 230 kilometers east of Ho Chi Minh City.

The new 600-MW power plant in Binh Thuan is an extension of the 600-MW Vinh Tan IV and will help address the power shortage in country’s eastern region.

Doosan will lead the project, including engineering, procurement and construction of the plant’s nuclear steam supply system (NSSS) and balance of plant (BOP).

The project is expected to be complete by August 2019.

Doosan previously signed a $117.55 million contract to supply equipment and auxiliary devices to both the original plant and the extension.

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