Daewoo E&C has been leading the construction of thermal power, cogeneration, tidal power, nuclear power plants, LNG storage, and other facilities with our outstanding technology and passion. In the overseas markets, we are competing with global players by building value-added plants. Our success has led to our being recognized as one of the “Global Top 20” through our ongoing commitment to technology development and investment in the new and renewable energy sector.
Daewoo E&C possesses unparalleled technologies in the fields of oil and gas,
as well as pipelines and storage facilities.
Daewoo E&C has constructed approximately 50% of LNG regasification plants and
storage tanks in South Korea. These include the Tongyeong, Incheon, and Pyeongtaek LNG receiving terminals.
Building on our strong foundation of experience and
technology, we have also successfully carried out the
construction of LNG liquefaction trains and storage tanks
in Nigeria, Algeria, Russia, Papua New Guinea, and in
other locations in the overseas markets.
|Gbaran-Ubie Gas Processing Plant, Nigeria||Capacity : 1BMscf/day|
|Otumara Gas Processing Plant, Nigeria||Capacity : 30MMscf/day|
|Papua New Guinea LNG Liquefaction Plant, Papua New Guinea||Capacity : 3.15 MTPA* × 2 trains|
|Central Area Field Complex(CAFC), Algeria||Capacity : 32,000 barrels/day associated oil processing and other facilities|
|Ogbainbiri Flowstation Upgrade, Nigeria||Natural gas production facility extension and performance improvement Capacity: 880MMscf/day|
|Hout Gas Facility, Saudi Arabia||Associated gas collection, compression, dehydration and delivery from existing crude oil facilities|
|Arzew LNG Liquefaction Plant, Algeria||Capacity : 4.7 MTPA*|
|LNG Liquefaction Plant Train 6, Nigeria||Capacity : 4.8 MTPA*|
|Pyeongtaek LNG Storage Facility, Pyeongtaek, Korea||200,000㎥ LNG storage × 2 tanks and associated facilities|
|Sakhalin LNG Liquefaction Plant, Russia||Capacity : 4.8 MTPA* × 2 trains|
|Ulsan S-OIL RUC, Ulsan, Korea||RUC, MFC (the largest-scale single plant ordered in South Korea)|
|Qatar Q-Chem II, Qatar||Capacity: 350,000 tons each polyethylene and olefin production plants|
|Morocco Jorf Lasfar Fertilizer Plant, Morocco||Capacity: 1 million tons/year phosphate fertilizer plant, and 62MW/year waste heat recovery and power generation facility|
|Al-Zour Oil Refinery, Kuwait||Oil refinery for low sulfur fuel production Capacity: 620,000 barrels/day|
|Clean Fuel Project (CFP), Kuwait||Establishment of 2 oil refining units, performance improvement Capacity: 800,000 barrels/day Sulfur content: 10ppm|
|Jazan Oil Refinery, Saudi Arabia||Oil refinery, terminal Capacity: 400,000 barrels/day|
|Duqm Oil Refinery, Oman||The country’s largest refinery Capacity: 230,000 barrels/day|
|Algeria-Oman Fertilizer Plant, Algeria||Capacity: 4,000 tons of ammonia and 7,000 tons of urea fertilizer per day|
|Indorama Fertilizer Plant, Nigeria||The world’s largest urea fertilizer plant in terms of capacity per unit Capacity: 2,300 tons of ammonia and 4,000 tons of urea per day|
Building on this expertise, we have worked in Nigeria, Libya, Algeria, Morocco, and other overseas markets, gaining recognition for our technological prowess the world over.
Daewoo E&C has accumulated technology and experience in various power plant sectors-including thermal power, tidal power, hydropower, and cogeneration-since the successful completion of the
Ulsan Thermal Power Plant in 1977.
In 2011, we began to develop clean ocean energy in earnest through the construction of the Sihwaho
Lake Tidal Power Plant, the largest build of its kind in the world. We will continue to expand our business
interests into the new and renewable energy sector, addressing tidal power, biogas, wind power, and
solar power, following the global trend toward eco-friendly energy.
|Sur Power Plant, Oman||A combined-cycle power plant (CCPP) with 5 gas turbines, 5 exhaust gas waste heat recovery boilers, 3 steam turbines Daewoo E&C’s largest capacity CCPP EPC project. Capacity: 2,000MW|
|Afam VI Power Plant, Nigeria||A CCP with 3 gas turbines, 3 exhaust gas waste heat recovery boilers, 1 steam turbine Capacity: 650MW|
|Jorf Lasfar Power Plant, Units 5 and 6, Morocco||A coal power plant Capacity: 700MW (two 350MW units)|
|Safi Power Plant, Morocco||A coal power plant Daewoo E&C’s first USC coal power plant EPC project. Capacity: 1,386MW (two 693MW units)|
|RDPP Plant, Algeria||A combined-cycle power plant with 3 gas turbines, 3 exhaust gas waste heat recovery boilers, 3 steam turbines Daewoo E&C’s first single shafttype CCPP EPC project. Capacity: 650MW|
|Pocheon Natural Gas Power Plant, Unit 1, Pocheon, Korea||A CCPP with 2 gas turbines, 2 exhaust gas waste heat recovery boilers, 1 steam turbine Capacity: 904MW|
|Shuweihat 3 Power Plant, UAE||A CCPP with 4 gas turbines, 4 exhaust gas waste heat recovery boilers, 2 steam turbines Daewoo E&C’s first multi shafttype CCPP EPC project in UAE Capacity: 1,600MW|
|Benghazi Power Plant, Libya||A CCPP with 750MW capacity (2 gas turbines, 2 exhaust gas waste heat recovery boilers, 1 steam turbine)|
|Wolsong Nuclear Power Plant Unit #3 & #4||Included two 700MW units and two 700MW PHWR units Recorded the world’s shortest construction period, the world’s shortest period and lowest SIT/ILRT|
|Wolsong Low & Intermediate Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility, Phase 1||Asia’s first subterranean cave disposal facility for radioactive waste|
|Shin-Wolsong Nuclear Power Plant Unit #1 & #2||2 units of 1,000MW capacity, PWR Zero possibility of radioactive leakage by adopting PWR method Capacity: 2,000MW/hour|
|Jordan Research & Training Reactor, Irbid, Jordan||5MWt research and training reactor EPC South Korea’s first export of nuclear power system on turnkey basis|
|Hanbit NPP, Units 3 and 4, Yeonggwang, Korea||Included two 1,000MW units, a PWR Replaced steam generators|
|Wolsong NPP Tritium Removal Facility, Gyeongju, Korea||WTRF construction and trial operation, reducing tritium generation by 65% annually|
|Proton Accelerator Research Center||Included 100MeV proton accelerator and the largest linear accelerator facility in South Korea|
|Qinshan NPP, China||Included two 700MW units South Korea’s first nuclear technology export|
|Lungmen NPP, Taiwan||Two 1,350MW ABWR units Offered technical advice and acquired ASME certificate in the civil engineering and construction sector|