A cogeneration facility in Thailand is set to provide reliable electricity and steam for the petrochemical industry and other sectors in Southeast Asia’s second fastest growing economy.

Marubeni and Black & Veatch consortium has completed the Glow Phase 5 combined-cycle cogeneration plant in Rayong, Thailand, for the Glow Energy Public Company, Ltd.

The low-emissions natural gas plant delivers a clean, reliable source of steam and electricity to Thailand’s growing industrial sectors, particularly the petrochemical industry.

Black & Veatch served as the project’s technical manager. The company was responsible for engineering, balance-of-plant (all equipment except for the Steam Turbine Generator, Combustion Turbine and Condenser) equipment procurement, construction management, startup and commissioning.

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