KEPCO

AcronymDefinition
KEPCOKorea Electric Power Corporation
KEPCOKansai Electric Power Company, Inc. (Japan)
KEPCOKyushu Electric Power Company, Inc. (Japan)
KEPCOKurdistan Exploration and Production Company (Iraq)
KEPCOKashmir Environmental Protection Coordination Organization (Bandipore, Kashmir)
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KEPCO is keen on cashing in on overseas projects as the company's profitability is worsening due to surging fuel costs for thermal power generation amid a prolonged shutdown of nuclear power plants due to safety concerns following the March 2011 Fukushima nuclear crisis.
Under the terms of the agreement, Qatargas 3 will supply the LNG to Kepco.
After a comprehensive technical evaluation, KEPCO E&C chose Intergraph's integrated suite of SmartPlant Enterprise solutions, including SmartPlant 3D, SmartPlant Foundation, SmartPlant Review, SmartPlant Instrumentation, SmartPlant P&ID, SmartPlant Electrical and SmartSketch[sup.
Speaking yesterday in Seoul, Kim Joong Kyum, president and chief executive of Kepco, said that four plants could be completed by 2021, in addition to the four reactors that the Korean energy giant is already building.
April 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Global performance improvement solutions provider GP Strategies Corporation(NYSE: GPX), and KEPCO Plant Services and Engineering Company, Ltd.
The second MoU between Enec, KEPCO and the South Korea Nuclear Association for International Cooperation will help develop internship programmes and job opportunities in the nuclear energy sector for students of both nations; while the third agreement between Enec, KEPCO and its subsidiaries will see the partners work towards the development of a local plant services industry in the UAE.
Summary: KEPCO said it will begin talks next year with the United Arab Emirates on a new deal for four nuclear power plants, and plans to spend 800 billion won ($706.
Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) has ruled out issuing any new contracts for the development of nuclear power stations beyond the $40bn contract for four nuclear plants issued to a Korean consortium led by Kepco, the Korea Electric Power Corporation.
The spokesperson explained: "Enec is focused on delivering a safe, peaceful nuclear energy programme through its prime contract with Kepco [Korea Electric Power Corp].
Asked by a press member if the problems associated with the construction of a nuclear power plant by South Korean electricity corporation KEPCO had been overcome, Yildiz said that he expected Turkey and KEPCO to reach a compromise by the end of August, 2010.
Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz expressed belief on Monday that Turkey and the South Korean electricity corporation KEPCO would reach a compromise for the planned nuclear power plant in Northern Province of Sinop.
ISLAMABAD, September 18, 2010 (Frontier Star): Pakistan State Oil (PSO) restored provision of furnace oil to HESCO and KEPCO after issuance of Rs12 billion from Finance Ministry.