Doosan Lentjes wins flue gas deal for Vietnam coal plant

Doosan Lentjes has won a deal to provide its flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) technology for a new coal plant in Vietnam.

The 1240 MW Vinh Tan1 plant is currently under construction at a cost of $2bn and is expected to be commissioned in 2018.

Doosan Lentjes says its FGD technology will remove sulphur dioxides from the plant’s flue gas, helping it to meet emission standards.

The contract includes engineering and delivery of key FGD equipment such as spray nozzles, spray banks and mist eliminators.

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