Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of Sinohydro Corporation
Sinohydro Corporation, through its subsidiaries, engages in construction and installation activities primarily in China. The company is engaged in RCC and arch dam construction, concrete double curvature works, concrete gravity dam construction, high pressure curtain grouting, large-scale processed aggregate production, large metal structure fabrication and installation, the installation of large water turbine generation units and switchyards, and high-cut slope treatment works. It develops non-hydroelectric fields, such as road works, coal/oil-fired power projects, large scale factories, buildings, motorways, long-span bridges, subterranean structures, airports, wharf structures, waterways,...
No 22 Chegongzhuang West Road
Key Executives for Sinohydro Corporation
President and Member of Executive Board
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Executive Board
Vice Chairman of Executive Board and Executive Vice President
Chief Engineer and Member of Executive Board
Executive Vice President and Member of Executive Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Sinohydro Corporation Key Developments
SinoHydro Corporation Signs Agreement to Construct Long-Awaited Dam for Harare
Nov 5 16
Sino-Hydro has signed an agreement with the Zimbabwean government for the construction of a new dam north-east of Harare that will augment supplies from four other reservoirs which are failing to cope with demand. The estimated cost of building the dam is USD 400 million, but all major works including laying a pipeline and building a new waterworks will push the bill up to between 850 and 900 million dollars.
Sarawak Energy Signs MYR 1 Billion Contract for 400 MW Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Block at Bintulu Tanjung Kidurong with GE Power Solutions (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, GE (Switzerland) GmbH, Sinohydro Corporation (M) Sdn Bhd and Sinohydro Corporation Ltd
Oct 28 16
Sarawak Energy signed an agreement for the construction of the 400 MW Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) Block at Tanjung Kidurong, Bintulu with General Electric (GE) and Sinohydro. Estimated to cost MYR 1 billion, the project will commence at the end of November 2016 and is expected to be completed by the middle of 2019. The project will see new advanced gas turbine technology and more efficient combined cycle gas turbines replacing the existing open cycle turbines at the Tanjung Kidurong Power Station in Bintulu, Sarawak. The new CCGT Block will be built within the existing Tanjung Kidurong (Bintulu) Power Station. The project will see GE, a world leader in power generation solutions for utilities, takes the lead as the Engineering Procurement & Construction (EPC) contractor with consortium partner, Sinohydro. This contract is the main package for the project, out of six packages. The remaining packages are open to local contractors as part of the Sarawak Energy's continued commitment to maximise local participation and content in all of its contracts. The contract was signed with a consortium of four companies; GE Power Solutions (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, GE (Switzerland) GmbH, Sinohydro Corporation (M) Sdn Bhd and Sinohydro Corporation Ltd.
Intra Energy Corporation Signs Definitive Mou with Sinohydro Corporation for the Development of the Ngaka Thermal Power Project in Tanzania
Oct 26 16
Intra Energy Corporation advised that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding ('MOU') with Sinohydro Corporation to undertake the joint development of the 270MW Ngaka coal-fired power station in Tanzania. The purpose of the MOU is to clarify mutual responsibilities between the Parties in both the development of the Project and in Government negotiations. IEC and SINOHYDRO will establish a Special Purpose Vehicle ('SPV') to undertake the project. SINOHYDRO will be the majority shareholder and will be responsible for the engineering, construction, operations and financing, IEC subsidiary, Tancoal Energy Limited ('TANCOAL') will be responsible for the development,
mining and supply of coal to the Ngaka Power Station. The Ngaka Power Station is designed as a 2 x 135 MW Pulverised Coal Injection plant and is expected to consume up to 1.2 million tonnes of high quality coal per year from TANCOAL's northern coal field. The Power Station will be sited approximately 7 km from the actual minesite. It is expected to provide more than 15% of Tanzania's current electricity generation needs through a 220 kVa transmission system. TANCOAL has a Jorc coal resource of some 423 million tonnes and is currently mining and supplying more than 300,000 tonnes per year into the domestic industrial market.
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