2010

 
 
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Extending Networks in China

EXTENDING NETWORKS IN CHINA

Over the past month, Keppel welcomed visitors from China keen to learn more about the Group's businesses and corporate practices, sharing business insights through active exchanges and site visits of landmark projects.

 

Insights into waste treatmentINSIGHTS INTO WASTE TREATMENT

Some 13 grassroot leaders from Singapore's Jurong Group Representation Constituency (GRC) called on Keppel Seghers Tuas Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Plant on 2 October 2010.

 

Keppel Seghers secures $341 million contract in the UKKEPPEL SEGHERS SECURES $341 MILLION CONTRACT IN THE UK

Keppel Integrated Engineering (KIE), through Keppel Seghers, has won an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract worth around €187.3 million (approximately $341 million), for the second phase of an Energy-From-Waste (EFW) project in the UK.

 
Strategy For A Cleaner Future

STRATEGY FOR A CLEANER TOMORROW

With the rising need and awareness for sustainable development, especially for solutions in waste, water and wastewater, the drive for practical and proven solutions for a cleaner environment is clearly gaining momentum.

 

Groundbreaking start for UK's largest Energy-from-Waste PlantGROUNDBREAKING START FOR UK'S LARGEST ENERGY-FROM-WASTE PLANT

Keppel Integrated Engineering (KIE) broke ground for the Greater Manchester Energy-from-Waste (EFW) Project on 26 August 2010 in the presence of Councillor Neil Swannick, Chairman, Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority (GMWDA).

 
 

A Walk Through WasteA WALK THROUGH WASTE

In 2009 alone, we produced over 2.63 million tonnes of refuse, enough to fill about 310 soccer fields up to an average man's height of about 1.7 metres. Burning waste can reduce the volume of waste disposed by as much as 90 per cent and has become the solution to extend the lifespan of the landfill in Singapore, and in the process convert waste into a new source of energy. Keppelite shows how nothing goes to waste at the Keppel Seghers Tuas Waste-to-Energy Plant.

 

Waste and water solutions providerWASTE AND WATER SOLUTIONS PROVIDER

Forming part of the exciting series of events under the World Cities Summit's programme, Keppel Integrated Engineering (KIE) officially opened Singapore's newest Waste-to-Energy (WTE) plant, the Keppel Seghers Tuas WTE Plant, on 30 June 2010.

 

 

Sharing lessonsSHARING LESSONS

As part of the Keppel Inter-SBU Safety Committee's on-going efforts to strengthen its safety initiatives across the Group, representatives from the Keppel Land Management Safety Committee visited the Keppel Seghers Ulu Pandan NEWater Plant to learn about Keppel Integrated Engineering's (KIE) safety management system on 31 May 2010.

 

Strengthening waste-to-energy market leadership in ChinaSTRENGTHENING WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET LEADERSHIP IN CHINA

Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V. (Keppel Seghers), an indirectly wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Integrated Engineering Limited (KIE), has secured an Ä6.5 million (approximately $12.5 million) contract to provide technology and services to a waste-to-energy plant (WTE) in Guanzhuang, Tianjin.

 

Equipping China’s largest WTE plantEQUIPPING CHINA'S LARGEST WTE PLANT

Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V. (Keppel Seghers), an indirectly wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Integrated Engineering Limited (KIE), has secured an Ä6.5 million (approximately $12.5 million) contract to provide technology and services to a waste-to-energy plant (WTE) in Guanzhuang, Tianjin, bringing the 2010 orderbook for WTE technology sales in China to approximately $86.7 million.

 

Contributing to Qatar’s green visionCONTRIBUTING TO QATAR'S GREEN VISION

Understanding the importance of sustainable water solutions to hyper-arid Qatar, Keppel Seghers, the environmental engineering arm of Keppel Integrated Engineering, sponsored the publication of a book entitled Water, Agriculture and Environment in Arid Lands (Water and Agricultural Vision for Qatar by 2020).