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Norwegian Embassy joined Malaysia’s petroleum exhibition

Representatives from Royal Norwegian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur led by Erlend Sannes Hadland, Deputy Head of Mission joined the 17th Asian Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Engineering Exhibition (OGA 2019) on June 18, at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Organized by Malaysian Exhibition Services, Malaysia’s leading exhibition organizer, OGA 2019 is a 3-days exhibition taking place…

Wartsila will power Cambodia’s power plant built by China

Electricite Du Cambodge (EDC), Cambodia’s state-run electricity supplier has inked an agreement with two Chinese companies to build two power plants in Cambodia . One will be powered by a 200 MW generator from Finnish firm Wartsila and built by Chinese firm CGGC-Un Power together with China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC) installing machinery, under…

Wärtsilä to work in building China’s first LNG bunker vessel

Wärtsilä, a Finnish corporation manufacturing power sources for the marine and energy markets, announced that it has agreed with Chinese energy firm to provide its integrated solutions in building China’s first LNG bunker vessel. Being built by the Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (DSIC) for an affiliate of the ENN Energy holdings, one of the largest…

Scatec Solar partnered with Vietnam’s MT Energy in 485 MW solar projects

Norwegian-headquartered Scatec Solar has signed a strategic collaboration agreement with a Vietnamese energy company MT Energy (MTE) for 485 MW of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) –a technology converting sunlight into direct current electricity. Scatec Solar’s scope of work under the agreement is to develop, finance, construct and operate large-scale solar projects covering three projects located in…

Wärtsilä to power Chinese oilfield company

Wärtsilä, Finland’s source provider specializing in marine and energy, announced on May 13, 2019 that it has been awarded a contract by Oilfield Services Co Ltd (COSL), a Chinese oilfield service provider, to provide 40 generating sets for 12 new Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) fuelled platform supply vessels (PSV). Wärtsilä’s new PSV will mark the…

Norway-Malaysia solar plant successfully started commercial operation

Scatec Solar, Norwegian-headquartered solar power producer, announced that it has started commercial operation for the 65 MW Jasin solar plant in Malaysia. This Jasin plant is the second of three 65 MW solar plants undertaken by Scatec Solar in Malaysia. Total investment for the three projects was around MYR 1,235 million ($296 million). Located in…

Pöyry to work in one of the biggest wind farm projects in Thailand

The 260 MW Hanuman Wind Farm Project owned by the Energy Absolute Public Company Limited (EA), the largest renewable energy company in the SET, chose Pöyry as its engineering provider to contribute engineering services for the WTG erection and commissioning of the wind farms. Recently entered commercial operation, the 260 MW Hanuman Wind Farm Project,…

Thai power firm chose Pöyry for wind farm project

Pöyry, Finland’s international consulting and engineering firm, has revealed it was awared by B. Grimm Power Company, Thailand’s power producers, to work in B. Grimm Power’s latest renewable energy project, the 16MW Bo Thong Wind Farm, located in Mukdahan province, Thailand. As stated in Pöyry’s press release on April 10, 2019, the work included EPC…