POWER UTILITY | Staff Reporter, Vietnam

PetroVietnam gets approval for two gas-fired power plants

The project will cost around $1.46b.

The state-run energy company PetroVietnam Power Corporation (PV Power) has received governmental approval for the construction of two gas-fired power plants - in which it holds a 51% stake - in the Ong Keo Industrial Zone (Dong Nai province of Vietnam) at a total cost of US$1.46bn. The two power plants, namely Nhon Trach-3 and Nhon Trach-4, will have a total combined capacity of 1,500 MW. They will come onstream respectively in 2020 and 2021, as highlighted in the National Power Development Master Plan VII.

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