K&M were hired by the IFC to support the creation of LNG projects pipeline, an LNG-to-power pricing framework and to analyze the competitiveness of LNG-to-power versus indigenous and imported coal, gas-fired plants that use indigenous gas as fuel and other sources of power (such as renewables) in Vietnam. The study will assess the optimal transposition […]
A U.S. based multi-billion dollar hedge fund was considering an investment in a new company that would provide small-scale LNG shipping and Floating Storage and Regasification (FSRU) services. K&M was hired by a hedge fund to identify and quantify the addressable market for small-scale LNG shipping and FSRU terminals in the Caribbean, West Africa, and […]
K&M served as technical and financial consultants to the US Agency for International Development (USAID), Office of Energy, in cooperation with Bechtel National, Inc. K&M reviewed electric power and steam requirements of the San Miguel Corporation’s (SMC) industrial facilities in Canlubang and San Fernando. San Miguel Corporation is the Philippines’ largest manufacturing company and one […]
K&M served as technical consultant to the US Trade Development Agency (USTDA) to evaluate the potential for implementation of automated process control systems in several key industrial sectors in Malaysia. For the Advanced Thermal Energy Improvement Program, K&M performed the following tasks: 1) reviewed the Government of Malaysia’s goal for infrastructure investment activity, 2) estimated […]
To assess a program for reform and determine an accurate tariff and price structure for the Philippines petroleum industry, the Philippine Department of Energy (DOE) and USAID contracted K&M to conduct a technical, financial and institutional reform evaluation of the domestic oil sector. K&M’s review and evaluation of the oil sector included: analysis of detailed […]
K&M managed the Infrastructure Finance Advisory Service Program as part of the US-Asia Environmental Partnership (US-AEP) for the USAID. The US-AEP was a cooperative effort managed by USAID in conjunction with the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. (EXIM), the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the Trade Development Agency (TDA).
K&M was engaged by US DOE to conduct a comprehensive review of potential application of clean coal power generation technologies in China, India and Indonesia. K&M did a detailed analysis of these three markets to assess specific opportunities, barriers to meeting the opportunities, and options for addressing those barriers. K&M used the information gathered from […]
K&M performed a desk study for USTDA to assess the proposal from Southern Electric, as US company, and Thailand PEA for a feasibility study aimed to evaluate PEA’s operational efficiency and modernization options.
K&M provided technical assistance to the Philippine Department of Energy in restructuring the electricity sector. K&M assisted in developing and coordinating institutional and regulatory policies in such areas as private sector participation and investment in utilizing energy resources, tariff types and levels, personnel allocation, and privatization of operation & maintenance (O&M). Specifically, K&M assisted in […]
K&M was engaged by the development consortium comprised of Ssangyojng Engineering and Construction Company Ltd., Marubeni Corporation, and KMR Power Corporation to conduct a detailed feasibility study (including commercial, financial and technical studies) for the SiHwa Cogeneration Project in South Korea. The coal fired cogeneration project was expected to be constructed in the industrial park […]