Malaysia's Janakuasa, Vietnam reach deal on 1,200 MW power plant

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Malaysia's Janakuasa, Vietnam reach deal on 1,200 MW power plant

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Vietnam has reached a preliminary agreement with Malaysian company Janakuasa on a build-operate-transfer contract for a 1,200-megawatt coal-fired power plant, the country's first such facility to use imported coal, Vietnam's industry and trade ministry said.
Preparations for the Duyen Hai 2 plant construction in the southern province of Tra Vinh have been going since 2009 and the project still requires an investment licence to go ahead, the ministry said in a statement. It gave no value for the project.
The plant, involving French power and transportation firm Alstom as the main equipment supplier and scheduled to be operational before 2020, could cost around $2.2 billion, the Planning and Investment Ministry-run Dau Tu (Investment) newspaper reported on Friday.

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