BRITISH GAS MULLING EXPANSION OF THAI COGENERATION UNIT

British Gas plc and Thai Olefins Co. are considering plans to hike capacity of the proposed $303 million natural gas fired cogeneration plant to provide electric power and steam to Thailand's second major petrochemical complex (NPC II). The proposal to increase capacity from 160,000 kw came with an expression of interest from Royal Dutch Shell Group and Caltex Petroleum Corp. to buy power and steam for their proposed refineries to be built near the Mab Ta Phud petrochemical complex (OGJ,

Mar 16th, 1992
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