Friday, August 14, 2020

Gulf Group gives Vietnamese province donation to cope with Covid-19

Apr 08. 2020
From left: Tran Van Lau, legal adviser, Gulf Vietnam Limited Liability Co, Prasert Thirati, the company's country manager, 
Phan Huu Duc, chairman of Ninh Thuan Province Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee and Luu Xuan Vinh, chairman of Ninh Thuan Provincial People’s Committee.
From left: Tran Van Lau, legal adviser, Gulf Vietnam Limited Liability Co, Prasert Thirati, the company's country manager,  Phan Huu Duc, chairman of Ninh Thuan Province Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee and Luu Xuan Vinh, chairman of Ninh Thuan Provincial People’s Committee.
Facebook Twitter

By The Nation

Gulf Vietnam Limited Liability Company, a subsidiary of Gulf Energy Development Public Co Ltd, has donated 2 billion Vietnamese dong (approximately Bt2.7 million) to Ninh Thuan province to help alleviate the hardship faced by locals because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The money was handed over by the company's country manager Prasert Thirati, together with Tran Van Lau, legal adviser, and it was accepted Phan Huu Duc, chairman of the Ninh Thuan province Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee, and witnessed by Luu Xuan Vinh, chairman of the Ninh Thuan Provincial People’s Committee.

Gulf Group is the operator of the 69-megawatt GTN1 (formerly known as TTCIZ-01) and 50MW GTN2 (formerly known as TTCIZ-02) solar projects in Tay Ninh province, in addition to a 30MW solar farm project and a 310MW offshore wind farm project located in Binh Dai district, Ben Tre province. Phase 1, with an installed power generation capacity of 30MW, is scheduled to begin commercial operation by the end of 2020. Gulf has also signed a cooperation agreement to study the potential to develop a 6,000MW gas-fired power project and LNG terminal located in Ninh Thuan province.

Gulf Group is one of the leading private energy producers in Thailand, managing a portfolio of gas-fired and renewable power projects in Thailand and overseas. In addition, their power plants also supply steam and chilled water plus infrastructure.

Currently Gulf has 28 power projects in operation in Thailand and overseas, including two gas-fired IPPs, one biomass SPP, 19 gas-fired SPPs (Cogen), four rooftop solar VSPPs and two solar projects (Vietnam).

They have seven power projects under construction and development, including four gas-fired IPPs, one captive power plant (Oman), one solar project (Vietnam) and one offshore wind project (Vietnam).

Tags:
Facebook Twitter
More in Business
Editor’s Picks
wmg-logo
Top News
wmg-logo