Samsung to build Vietnam's first combined cycle power plant

  • Vietnam
  • Friday, 04 Feb 2022


SEOUL (Vietnam News/Asia New Network): Samsung C&T Corp., the construction unit of Samsung Group, has announced it had obtained a plant deal worth US$510 million from Vietnam.

In a statement on Feb 2, Samsung C&T said it received the order from PetroVietnam Power Corporation, to build the South-East Asian country's first combined cycle power plant.

Samsung C&T would form a consortium with local builder Lilama Corp to build gas and steam turbines, heat recovery steam generators, substations, and power transmission lines for the plant, it said.

The company has yet to provide the timeframe for the plant.

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