Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded a contract by Hanwha Energy for the design and supply of a steam generator for a new power plant in South Korea.
The win comes just a day after the company announced it had entered in an extension on the UZ750 project on one of the Gulf’s largest oil fields.
Amec Foster Wheeler said under the contract it will design and supply the 100 MWe steam generator for the power plant’s boiler island and provide onsite technical advisory services.
The commercial operation of the plant is scheduled for the first quart of 2019.
Gary Nedelka, group president of Amec Foster Wheeler’s Global Power Group said: “This will be the seventh CFB steam generator that we have supplied to Hanwha Energy Corporation.
“We are proud of our strong relationship with Hanwha Energy Corporation and their commitment to our environmentally friendly CFB technology.”