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The $450 million Phu My 3 power plant is currently owned by three partners, including SembCorp Utilities from Singapore as well as Kyushu Electric Co. and Sojitz Corp. from Japan (66.67, 26.66, and 6.67 per cent).
|Deputy Chairman of the Ba Ria-Vung Tau People's Committee Nguyen Thanh Long presenting the first-class Labour Medal to Atul Nargund, representative of Phu My 3 BOT Power Co., Ltd.|
On its 15th anniversary held on April 12, Phu My 3 BOT Power Co., Ltd. received the first-class Labour Medal.
According to Do Ba Canh, general director of Phu My 3 BOT Power Co,. Ltd., the medal marks a very important event in the course of the company’s operation and development in Vietnam.
“We are pleased and proud that the efforts of all our staff and workers were recognised by the government,” Canh said.
|“To reach this achievement we needed active support from authorities at all levels and relevant departments, our partners, as well as the efforts of all our staff and workers. Phu My 3 BOT Power Co., Ltd. will continue to work harder to contribute more to the country’s development and be worthy of the title awarded by the State," said Do Ba Canh, general director of Phu My 3 BOT Power Co., Ltd.|
To meet Vietnam’s increasing power demand, Phu My 3 BOT Power Co., Ltd. has been constantly looking for ways to maintain maximum capacity and enhance the plant’s stability in order to secure the national power supply and develop the Vietnamese gas industry.
The company has attached special importance to safety management, labour hygiene, and environmental protection.
To ensure the continuous operation of the plant,the main fuel used to operate Phu My 3 is natural gas from Nam Con Son Pipeline. Diesel oil, as alternative fuel, is reserved to ensure continuous power generation in case shortage.