COAL FOR INDONESIA: $3.5 BLN
ENERDATA - 2 Jul 2020 - The South Korean power utility Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) has approved the 2 GW Java 9-10 ultra-super critical (USC) coal-fired power project in Java (Indonesia). The US$3.5bn project was awarded in March 2019 to a consortium of KEPCO, PT Indonesia Power, a subsidiary of Indonesian state-owned PT PLN, and Indonesian conglomerate PT Barito Pacific. South Korea's Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction will build the two power plants for KRW1,600bn (U$1.3bn).
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