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越南将开发大型液化天然气发电项目
举报2021-12-20 14:47:06 来源:中国石化新闻网

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据天然气资讯12月16日消息称,能源资本越南公司(ECV)是一家成立于2015年总部位于美国的项目控股和开发公司,旨在为越南的私人投资提供平台。公司宣布泰国 B.Grimm Power 和西门子能源已加入其财团,在越南南部平顺省的Mui Ke Ga (MKG)开发一个液化天然气发电项目。


B.Grimm Power 和 ECV 已签署联合开发协议(JDA),B.Grimm Power 计划在项目财务结束时投资约 2 亿美元股权。B.Grimm Power 在越南拥有超过20年的业务经验,在运营总容量超过2000兆瓦的燃气发电厂方面拥有丰富的经验,这将确保项目的顺利实施以及可靠高效的电力生产。


西门子能源将为该项目提供先进的技术设备,将更清洁的燃气引入仍以煤炭为主的地区,从而减少全球碳足迹。此外,西门子能源正在评估以建设股权参与该项目,该项目总成本估计为17.5亿美元。


B.Grimm 董事长兼总裁 Harald Link 博士表示:“B.Grimm Power 很高兴与 ECV、西门子能源和 Maius 合作,按时交付MKG液化天然气项目,我们欢迎电力发展计划VIII的及时发布。我们对应用于该项目的创新风险缓解方法非常有信心,该方法是越南能源转型的基石。正如国际公认的那样,液化天然气是煤炭的一种更清洁、更经济的燃料替代品。”


Lewis说:“与B.Grimm Power和西门子能源的合作加强了 ECV一流的液化天然气发电项目,该项目将为越南提供关键的能源安全。除了世界一流的工程能力和效率,B.Grimm Power 和西门子能源通过利用全球关系和经验来提供交钥匙解决方案,从而采取全面的开发方法。”


越南正在完成其电力发展计划VIII (PDP8),预计该计划将包括ECV在胡志明市外主要制造中心附近的Mui Ke Ga (MKG)的液化天然气发电项目。ECV于2019年与平顺省人民委员会签署了一份谅解备忘录,以开发一个完全私营的、多阶段的液化天然气发电综合设施,并于 2020 年获得总理的原则批准。


MKG项目将使用300万吨/年的液化天然气生产高达3600兆瓦的电力。该项目将利用 FSRU 为进口 LNG 提供最经济的解决方案,并将通过海底管道连接到陆上电力综合设施。该项目一期工程预计于2025年投产。


朱佳妮 摘译自 天然气资讯


原文如下:


LNG-to-power project to be developed in Vietnam


Energy Capital Vietnam (ECV), a US-based project holding and development company established in 2015 to serve as a platform for private investment into Vietnam, has announced that B.Grimm Power of Thailand and Siemens Energy have joined its consortium to develop an LNG-to-power project in Mui Ke Ga (MKG), Binh Thuan Province, in Southern Vietnam.


B.Grimm Power and ECV have signed a Joint Development Agreement (JDA), and B.Grimm Power intends to invest approximately US$200 million in equity at financial close of the project. B.Grimm Power’s more than 20 years presence in Vietnam and expertise in operating gas fired power plants with a total capacity of more than 2000 MW will ensure a smooth project implementation as well as reliable and efficient electricity production.


Siemens Energy will deliver advanced technology equipment into the project to reduce the global carbon footprint by bringing cleaner burning gas to a still coal-dominated region. Further, Siemens Energy is evaluating to participate with construction equity to the project, which has an estimated total project cost of US$1.75 billion.


“B.Grimm Power is excited to work with ECV, Siemens Energy and Maius to deliver the MKG LNG project on time and we welcome the timely issuance of Power Development Plan VIII,” said Dr. Harald Link, Chairman and President of B.Grimm Power. “We find great confidence in the innovative risk mitigation approach applied to the project as a cornerstone for the Vietnamese energy transition. As internationally recognised, LNG is a cleaner, cost-effective fuel alternative to coal.”


“Partnering with B.Grimm Power and Siemens Energy bolsters ECV’s first-class LNG-to-power project that will provide critical energy security to Vietnam," Lewis said. “Beyond world-class engineering competence and efficiency, B.Grimm Power and Siemens Energy take a comprehensive approach to the development by leveraging global relationships and experience to deliver turnkey solutions."


Vietnam is finalising its Power Development Plan VIII (PDP8), which is expected to include ECV’s LNG-to-power project in Mui Ke Ga (MKG) near key manufacturing centres outside of Ho Chi Minh City. ECV signed an MoU with the People’s Committee of Binh Thuan Province in 2019 to develop a fully private, multi-phase LNG-to-power complex and received in-principle approval from the Prime Minister in 2020.


The MKG project will produce up to 3600 MW of power using 3 million tpy of LNG. The project will utilise an FSRU to provide the most economical solution for importing LNG and will connect via subsea pipeline to an onshore power complex. The first phase of this project is slated to go into operation in 2025.


 

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