The Mindanao region of the Philippines faced near daily power shortages in both the wet and dry seasons. With hydropower accounting for more than half of the region’s electric generation capacity, power was often available for only 12 hours a day and economic growth in the region had been limited.
Marubeni Corporation built the two power plant projects – Chana and Wang Noi – at the same time and with identical schedules. The two plants had different configurations, site conditions and Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) project teams.
With the amount of pressure required to move water through this complex system, leakage can occur, and the city’s Water Supplies Department (WSD) is taking proactive steps to prevent water loss (the volume of water that passes through the water treatment works minus all authorized consumption and use).
As a result of the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)-funded U.S.-Armenia Cooperative Biological Engagement Program, the Armenian Ministry of Health can now analyze and confirm potential anthrax outbreaks in Armenia in a matter of hours.
Delivered ahead of schedule in 2012, the Tanjung Jati Units 3 & 4 Electric Generating Station is a template for EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) power delivery in Indonesia. Almost five years into operation, the units are performing at an industry leading availability rate.
Black & Veatch was selected by China National Machinery Import & Export Corporation (CMC) to provide engineering services and procure major balance-of-plant (BOP) equipment and systems for the Manjung Unit 4 project, located in Ipoh, Malaysia.
Black & Veatch provided its design leadership to the Onshore Gas Development II (OGD II) project, which involved the addition of a fourth sulfur recovery unit (SRU) to three existing OGD units, plus two new SRUs of higher capacity.