KEPCO is there to create high added value for all as the stable
supplier of electric power and customer-oriented services.
In the Philippines where KEPCO has started its first overseas business for the ROMM (Rehabilitation, Operation, Maintenance & Management) of Malaya heavy oil-fired power plant (650 MW), KEPCO is now earning stable profits from efficient operation of Ilijan combined-cycle power plant (1,200 MW) and Cebu circulating fluidized bed (CFB) coal-fired power plant (200 MW).
In addition, Vietnam Nghison2 Coal Thermal Power Plant(1,200MW), Indonesia Jawa 9&10 Coal Thermal Power Plant(2,000MW), Malyasia Pulau Indah Gas Complex Thermal Power Plant(1,200MW) are currently under construction and Vietnam Vung Ang2 Coal Thermal Power Plant(1,200MW) and USA Guam Ukudu Gas Complex Thermal Power Plant(1,200MW) are to start their construction in 2021.
KEPCO is recognized for its capabilities as a global leading company by winning and successfully constructing, operating these large-scale overseas projects. Also, it plays a pivotal role in generating stable profits and driving joint overseas expansion with domestic companies in field such as construction and finance.
Malaya ROMM project in the Philippines(650MW)
Ilijan power plant construction & operation poroject
in the Phillippines(612MW)
SPC Joint venture project in the Phillipines(350MW)
Joint venture project in Shanxi, China
Winning the bid of Al Qatrana gas-combined power project
Winning the bid of Cebu coal-fired project(200MW)
Winning the bid of Rabigh power project
in Saudi Arabia(1,204MW)
Winning the bid of Norte II gas-combined power project
Winning the bid of ShuweihatS3 gas-combined power project
Winning the bid of Amman Diesel power project
Winning the bid of Nghison II project in Vietnam(1,200MW)
Egbin power plant’s acquisition & O&M project in Nigeria(1,320MW)
Pulau Indah gas-fired, combined cycle power plant
in Malaysia (1,200 MW)
Winning the bid of Jawa 9&10 coal-fired project
USA Guam Ukudu Gas-combined power project(198MW)
Winning the bid of Vung Ang2 coal-fired project