Marubeni Corp, in partnership with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, (MHI), has secured orders for three combined cycle electric power projects with a combined power generation capacity of about 3,800MW in Korea.

The three projects include the 2nd Pyeongtaek combined cycle power plant, the Dongducheon combined cycle power plant and the Ulsan 4 combined cycle power plant.

Korea Western Power (KOWEPO), a subsidiary of Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) is building the 2nd Pyeongtaek power plant, which will have generation capacity of about 950MW, in Gyeonggi-do.

Marubeni has received an order, jointly with MHI, for two M501J (J-Series) gas turbines, one steam turbine and generators for the plant.

Marubeni received an order, also jointly with MHI, to supply four J-Series gas turbines, two steam turbines and generators for about 1,900MW Dongducheon power plant.

Dongducheon Dream Power, an IPP jointly established by KOWEPO, Samsung C&T Corp and Hyundai Development Company, is building the plant in Gyeonggi-do.

Marubeni and MHI will deliver the core components to Samsung C&T and Hyundai Development.

For the near 950MW Ulsan 4 power plant, Marubeni received an order jointly with MHI and Daelim Industrial for engineering, procurement, delivery of the equipment, including two J-Series gas turbines, a steam turbine and generators, and the construction and installation work, on a full turn-key basis.

Korea East-West Power Company, a subsidiary of KEPCO, operates the plant in Ulsan Metropolitan City.