Samsung Engineering to build natural gas plant in MalaysiaSamsung Engineering, which specializes in plant construction, said yesterday it won a $770 million order from Malaysia to build a natural gas terminal.
The company said that it will build the Terengganu Gas Terminal by 2016 in Kerteh, which is about 260 kilometers (162 miles) away from Kuala Lumpur after signing a deal with a joint venture of Malaysia’s Petronas and the U.S.-based Hess Exploration.
The terminal will produce 700 million cubic feet of gas per day by eliminating impurities, according to the company.
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