Power Projects & Infrastructure Division News & Topics
Support for Growth
Division growth is supported by several key advantages. One of these is project management capabilities honed through a long track record of collaborating with manufacturers in Japan, the U.S., and Europe on orders in the EPC sector since the 1960s. Another is EPC regional management bases spanning a host of countries, coupled with a global regional management structure that leverages I(W)PP development bases in New York, London, and Singapore, along with diverse finance arrangement capabilities. A third is synergies between our capabilities in EPC project management and I(W)PP project development.
Growth is also supported by the development of a structure for managing owned assets through asset management bases in Japan and overseas. Other advantages include net generating capacity of 8.8 GW centered on the Middle East and Asia, which places Marubeni at the top among Japanese trading companies, and a diverse water business portfolio ranging from drinking water, wastewater and desalination operations to fully integrated water businesses in Central and South America, China, the Middle East, and Australia.
Major Projects During SG-12
Expansion of overseas electric power assets
The Power Projects & Infrastructure Division is expanding its earnings base through capital participation in the Paiton 2 Coal-Fired Power Station in Indonesia, the Gunfleet Sands offshore wind farm in the U.K., and the offshore wind farm installation provider, Seajacks International Ltd., and by acquiring development rights for the Sur Combined Cycle Power Plant in Oman.