POSCO ENERGY currently operates a 200MW off-gas power plant in Indonesia
and a 1,200MW-grade thermal power plant in Vietnam.
The Off-Gas Power Plant in Indonesia, which is POSCO ENERGY’s very first advance into the global
market, is also Southeast Asia’s first off-gas power plant. It produces 200MW per hour and provides
for about 600,000 households for a year in Indonesia.
This project was jointly conducted by POSCO ENERGY and POSCO. Off-gas generated from POSCO
Integrated Steelworks is used as fuel and works to reduce CO2 emissions by one million tons per year.
Indonesia Off-Gas Power Plant
Within POSCO Integrated Steelworks,
BFG(Blast Furnace Gas) +
COG(Coke Oven Gas) +
LDG(Linz Donawitz Gas)
200MW (100MW X 2units)
- POSCO ENERGY’s first overseas project
- Overseas project jointly conducted
by POSCO group companies
It produces 200MW per hour and provides for about 600,000 households for a year in Indonesia.
|Unit 1||100MW||Mar. 2014||S/T: 100MW, Boiler:360ton/hour|
|Unit 2||100MW||Apr. 2014||S/T: 100MW, Boiler:360ton/hour|
Mong Duong Ⅱ Thermal Power Plant initiated its commercial service in March 2015 and Unit 2
did so in April of the same year, with the total installed capacity reaching 1,200MW. POSCO ENERGY plans
to operate the plant for 25 years starting in 2015 when the production of electricity begins in full scale
and then transfer the operating rights to the Vietnamese government for free.
Mong Duong Ⅱ Thermal Power Plant received the Power Utility of the Year from Asian Power
Vietnam Mong Duong ll
Thermal Power Plant
Quang Ninh Province in the
northern part of Vietnam
1,200MW(600MW X 2units)
- Power plant conveniently
located at the mine mouth
- Received the Power Utility of the Year
from *Asian Power Award 2016 in
Unit 1 initiated its commercial service in March 2015 and Unit 2 did so in April of the same year,
with the total installed capacity reaching 1,200MW.
The plant is equipped with SCR(selective catalytic reduction to reduce NOx) and
FGD(flue gas desulfurization to reduce SOx) to keep the generation of pollutants at a minimum.
|Unit 1||600MW||Mar. 2015||S/T: 600MW,Boiler:1,912ton/hour|
|Unit 2||600MW||Apr. 2015||S/T: 600MW,Boiler:1,912ton/hour|
Following our success at Mong Duong, Vietnam, POSCO ENERGY is proceeding with a new
thermal power plant project in Quynh Lap, Nghe An Province. POSCO ENERGY was
approved for the implementation of the Feasibility Study by the government of Vietnam for
a 1,200 MW thermal power plant in the Quynh Lap district.
POSCO ENERGY will operate the plant for 25 years to supply electricity to EVN, the national
power corporation in Vietnam, then transfer the power plant to the government of Vietnam
since the completion year 2026.
POSCO ENERGY became the first Korean power generation company to enter the electrical power market
in southern Africa with the Morupule B Power Station(Unit 5&6), located near the Morupule coal mine in Botswana.
The consortium of POSCO ENERGY and Marubeni will construct and operate the power plant for 30 years
as Botswana’s first independent power producer(IPP).
The consortium signed the power purchase agreement with the Botswana Power Corporation,
a state owned electricity company, and the plant is expected to begin operation in 2022.