Daewoo E&C Dedicates RAS-DJINET Combined Cycle Power Plant in Algeria
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Daewoo E&C Dedicates RAS-DJINET Combined Cycle Power Plant in Algeria
Receives preliminary dedication certificate on the construction of the plant from Algerian Society for Electricity

28(Tue), Mar, 2023




A whole view of the RASDJINET DE Combined Cycle Power Plant in Algeria, built by Daewoo E&C. (Photos: Daewoo E&C)


Daewoo Engineering & Construction (Daewoo E&C) dedicated the RAS-DJINET DE Combined Cycle Power Plant in Algeria 11 years after the project was launched.

Daewoo E&C received a preliminary dedication certificate on the construction of the RAS-DJINET DE Combined Cycle Power Plant from Algerian Society for Electricity on March 3. The preliminary dedication certificate is issued by a project owner when all work of the plant is completed. 

The project was launched in late 2012, but civil works and construction, offered by the project owner, was delayed, and was put on hold due to the spread of the COVID-16 pandemic. Despite the worst outside environment conditions, Daewoo is expected to officially dedicate the project by continuing its work. 

The project called for the construction of three gas combined cycle power units with a combined capacity of 1200MW in Ras Djinet, about 65 kilometers east of Algiers.

An order on the project was placed by SPE, an affiliate of Algeria's national electricity and gas company Sonelgaz. The value of the project is about 984.4 billion won. 

A Daewoo E&C official said, “It takes on great significance since Daewoo E&C is credited for raising its outside reliability and recognized for its technology power by wrapping up the project, which had difficulties that were caused by outside variables, without giving up.” 

The project is expected to serve as a boon to the contractor at the time when the overseas business is getting important, the official added.

 
Daewoo E&C Strikes MOU on ‘K-UAM Grand Challenge Phase 1’ with Jeju Air

Daewoo E&C formed a consortium with Jeju Air on the K-UAM and they signed an MOU on a first-phase project to verify the “Grand Challenge,” being hosted by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) on Feb. 22. 

The agreement calls for verifying the integrated operation of aircraft flight, traffic management and vertiport sectors and establishing technology, function and operation regimes by fully verifying the safety of aircraft and an aviation act prior to the commercialization of the K-UAM by 2025. 

Among those on hand at the signing ceremony were MOLIT Vice Minister Eo Myeong-so, President Lee Sang-ryul of Korea Aerospace Research Institute, President Baek Jung-wan of Daewoo E&C and President Kim E-bae of Jeju Air. 

Daewoo Engineering & Construction (Daewoo E&C) dedicated the RAS-DJINET DE Combined Cycle Power Plant in Algeria 11 years after the project was launched.

Daewoo E&C received a preliminary dedication certificate on the construction of the RAS-DJINET DE Combined Cycle Power Plant from Algerian Society for Electricity on March 3. 

The preliminary dedication certificate is issued by a project owner when all work of the plant is completed. 

The project was launched in late 2012, but civil works and construction, offered by the project owner, was delayed, and was put on hold due to the spread of the COVID-16 pandemic. 

Despite the worst outside environment conditions, Daewoo is expected to officially dedicate the project by continuing its work. 

The project called for the construction of three gas combined cycle power units with a combined capacity of 1200MW in Ras Djinet, about 65 kilometers east of Algiers.

An order on the project was placed by SPE, an affiliate of Algeria's national electricity and gas company Sonelgaz. The value of the project is about 984.4 billion won. 

A Daewoo E&C official said, “It takes on great significance since Daewoo E&C is credited for raising its outside reliability and recognized for its technology power by wrapping up the project, which had difficulties that were caused by outside variables, without giving up.” 

The project is expected to serve as a boon to the contractor at the time when the overseas business is getting important, the official added.
 



Vice Minister Eo Myeong-so of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT), President Lee Sang-ryul of Korea Aerospace Research Institute, President Baek Jung-wan of Daewoo E&C and President Kim E-bae of Jeju Air applaud as they participated in a ceremony to form a consortium on the K-UAM and sign an MOU on a first-phase project to verify the “Grand Challenge” on Feb. 22.


Daewoo E&C Strikes MOU on ‘K-UAM Grand Challenge Phase 1’ with Jeju Air

Daewoo E&C formed a consortium with Jeju Air on the K-UAM and they signed an MOU on a first-phase project to verify the “Grand Challenge,” being hosted by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) on Feb. 22. 

The agreement calls for verifying the integrated operation of aircraft flight, traffic management and vertiport sectors and establishing technology, function and operation regimes by fully verifying the safety of aircraft and an aviation act prior to the commercialization of the K-UAM by 2025. 

Among those on hand at the signing ceremony were MOLIT Vice Minister Eo Myeong-so, President Lee Sang-ryul of Korea Aerospace Research Institute, President Baek Jung-wan of Daewoo E&C and President Kim E-bae of Jeju Air. 


   
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