K&M's experience in conventional energy is hard to match.
K&M has advised on the development of nearly 40GW of conventional energy power plants. The 1,200 MW combined cycle Ilijan IPP in the Philippines is one of the best examples demonstrating K&M technical expertise in conventional energy technologies. K&M served as owner’s engineer to Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) providing multi-faceted IPP evaluation and negotiation support during the project’s development phase. K&M assisted KEPCO to review and negotiate major project agreements (the ECA and EPC) and risk mitigation components. K&M performed a technical due diligence on use of the MHI 501-G advanced technology gas turbine, and conducted an environmental compliance review. K&M was then engaged as on-site owner’s engineer during the construction, startup and commissioning phase of the project. K&M supervised the EPC consortium completing the civil works, power island and switchyard, valued at $500M, and delivery of the transmission system and offshore fuel supply system. The Ilijan project is one of the largest power facilities in the Philippines as well as one of the largest combined-cycle plants in Asia. Project scope included 2x600MW gas fired combined-cycle power plant utilizing the two first of a kind 200 MW Mitsubishi 501 G combustion turbines.
K&M has extensive experience with coal, oil, and natural gas fired plants including Rankine cycle, gas turbines in simple and combined cycle, and diesel engine projects.