- Advised an Australian Infrastructure Company on the development of a 900MW coal fired power station in Bataan, Philippines.
- Advised MAN B&W and Empire Oil on their bid to Western Power Corporation, to supply the township of Exmouth power under a Build-Own-Operate (BOO) scheme.
Selected Projects in Australia
- FPCU is currently developing a 15MW renewable power facility in Queensland, Australia. The site has an approved DA for a Biomass Power Station (15MW).
- A 30MW Biomass Cogeneration Power Station: FPCU through its associate company FPC Funds Management Pty Ltd (FPCFM) invested in the 30MW Biomass Power Station in Rocky Point that electrified more than 22,000 homes. The power plant is located in between Gold Coast and Brisbane in Queensland, Australia.
- FPCU acted as the exclusive financial advisor to an Australian Consortium that successfully bid for a 300 MW coal fired power plant in the Philippines.
Selected Projects in South East Asia
- FPCU is currently developing 2MW-4MW Torrefaction/Pyrolysis Facilities all around the Philippines under a BOT arrangement. The proposed Facilities will use biomass as feedstock to produce charcoal and generate electricity.
- FPCU is currently developing a10MW Torrefaction/Pyrolysis Facility in the Philippines. The proposed Facility will use biomass as feedstock to produce charcoal and generate electricity.
- East Asia Power Resources Corporation (EAPRC): FPCU was working with a consortium that invested in power projects in the Philippines. EAPRC owned several power stations and power barges with aggregate capacity of 450MW. FPCU was financial advisor to EAPRC and investor in EAPRC.
East Asia Power Resources Corporation (EAPRC) owns EAPC and Duracom power barges.
- First Pacific Power Corporation (FPPC), a subsidiary of FPCU and an affiliate of FPCFM: Through LJPI, a joint venture between Lindeteves-Jacoberg (Far East) Pte Ltd (LJL) of Singapore and First Pacific Power Corporation (FPPC), a subsidiary of FPCU and an affiliate of FPCFM, the following BOT projects have been completed:
– FPPC was engaged by Amkor Anam to provide a feasibility study and a conceptual design for a 19.2 MW base load power station.
– Holland Pacific Paper, Inc.: LJPI was contracted under a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) scheme to supply 2.79 MW capacity of base load power to Holland
Pacific Paper Inc.
– Philips Semiconductor Phils, Inc.: LJPI was contracted under a BOT scheme to supply a 4.0 MW capacity of base load power to Philips.
– Philips Semiconductor Phils, Inc.: LJPI was engaged to design, project manage and commission an additional 1.1 MW Bunker “C” fired D-G set for Philips.
– Chemphil Group, Inc.: FPPC was engaged by the Chemphil Group to design and project manage a 300 MTPD Sulphuric Acid plant with a 3.7 MW steam
turbine power Co-Gen.
– First Lepanto Ceramics, Inc.: LJPI was contracted under a BOT scheme to supply 4.0 MW capacity of base load power to First Lepanto Ceramics.
– Primofina Oleochemicals, Inc.: LJPI was contracted under a BOT scheme to (i) supply 6.0 MW capacity of base load power and (ii) supply water with an
output capacity of 65 c.m. per/hr to Primofina Oleochemicals Inc.
– Shemberg Mackie Corporation: LJPI was contracted under a BOT scheme to supply 4.0 MW capacity of base load power to Shemberg Mackie Corporation.
– Fiesta World Mall: LJPI supplied 3.8 MW capacity of base load power to Fiesta World Mall in Lipa, Batangas.
- Developed, on a BOO basis, a number of small captive power stations with aggregate capacity of 25MW in the Philippines.
- Investigated the development of Geothermal projects in the Philippines.
- Investigated the development of a 20MW power station for a paper mill in Surabaya, on a BOO basis in Indonesia.
- Acted as the exclusive financial adviser to the developer of the world’s largest Biodiesel project in Indonesia.
Selected Projects in China
- Asia Pacific Power and Light Limited (APPL): APPL, the owner of a 28 MW power plant in Taixing, China, was developed by FPCU. The power plant was acquired primarily by interests associated with EAPRC, a publicly listed company in the Philippines. EAPRC has subsequently sold the plant.
APPL in Taixing
FPCU investigated the acquisition of Yanshi Coal Power Plant.