A whole host of developments can be seen in the latest Capital Projects and Contracts (CapProCon) e-newsletter. Here’s a taster of what included in our most recent edition..
CG/LA Infrastructure has released its 11th annual Strategic 100 Global Infrastructure Report, which features a list of 100 projects representing over USD644 bn in expected investment.
In 2018, the transit sector presents the highest number of opportunities with 20 projects with a combined value of USD115 bn. High-speed rail is second with seven projects at a value of USD106 bn. Bridges and tunnels come in third place with almost USD74 bn of investment spread across 14 projects.
Elsewhere, in power generation, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) received a full-turnkey order for the EPC of a 5,300 MW natural-gas-fired power plant in Thailand. Meanwhile, India approved the construction of 12 new nuclear power projects.
In a week where a number of the oil majors reported significant rises in net profitability, CB&I received a letter of award from Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). It will build the Crude Flexibility Project (CFP) , valued at more than USD500 mn, in Ruwais, UAE.
Meanwhile, in South Africa, DRA secured a contract from Exxaro Coal Mpumalanga to construct a 500 tonnes per hour coal handling and preparation plant in Mpumalanga.
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