MMC Board of Directors Visit Senai Airport City and Pengerang Co-Generation Plant Project Site
14 March 2018 / Senai Airport City & Pengerang Cogeneration Plant
On 14 March 2018, MMC Board of Directors visited Senai Airport City Sdn Bhd industrial development area and MMC Engineering Services Sdn Bhd (MMCES) ongoing project site at the Pengerang Integrated Complex (PIC) in Pengerang, Johor. The delegation, led by YBhg. Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Shamsul Azhar Abbas, Chairman of MMC Group visited the site to see the latest progress on site.
The programme began with tour to Senai Airport City headed by Mr Gan Seng Keong, General Manager, Group Property Division of MMC Corporation Berhad. During the tour, the delegation visited the Free Zone, General Manufacturin land and i-park @ Senai Airport City, a project by IPark Development Sdn Bhd, Senai Airport City’s second-tier developer.
After Senai Airport City, the delegation proceeded with their visit to PIC, where they were warmly greeted by Ir Dr Colin Wong Hee Huing, Senior Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of PETRONAS Refinery and Petrochemical Corporation Sdn Bhd together with his team.
During the engagement session, the delegation was thereupon presented with a briefing and video presentation on the overall PIC and Pengerang Co-generation Plant (PCP) project progress update. A special Tree Planting ceremony was also organised for the delegation as part of their effort to restore the surrounding environment. The visit concluded with a site tour at PCP area and briefing on the operation of Co-Generation Plant Control Room.
Upon completion, the PCP plant will be one of the biggest co-generation power plants in the region, using Siemen’s latest H-class gas turbine technology together with a unique dual steam turbine configuration to ensure highest efficiency with four co-generation units capable of generating 1,220 megawatts of power. It is expected to power the entire Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC), as well as provide reliable and continuous supply of steam up to 1,480 tonnes per hour for the major operators within the PIPC.