Doosan to build $1bn Saudi power plant
Seoul, September 17, 2009
Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction of South Korea and its Saudi partner Bemco, have won a $1.04 billion contract to build a power plant in Saudi Arabia.
The contract to be signed with the Saudi Electricity Company, is for construction of a 1,330-megawatt plant near the eastern city of Damman by 2013.
Under the deal, Doosan will supply steam turbines, heat recovery steam generators and other major elements for the plant.
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