December 14, 2018

Dublin, UK -  Shanahan Engineering has been awarded a Performance Management Services contract by GNPower in the Philippines, for the 552MW (net) Kauswagan Coal Fired Power Project.  Shanahan Engineering will work closely with both the Owner, GNPower Kauswagan Ltd. Co., and the Chinese EPC Contractor, Shanghai Electric Power Construction Co. Ltd., to ensure the key milestones for all four 138MW (net) units are achieved in 2019 and power is delivered to the grid on schedule.

The contract covers a suite of project management services from Shanahan Engineering including Project Management oversight, planning, key construction management processes and delivery of key personnel.  Shanahan Engineering will work closely with the GN Power team on site to support the final drive towards commercial operations.

James Greaney, Managing Director of Shanahan Engineering said, "This is a fantastic opportunity for Shanahan Engineering to showcase its ability in re-organising, re-structuring and turning around complex projects quickly.

"We will utilize our in-depth Thermal Power Plant expertise together with our detailed Construction Management experience to deliver a capital efficient project that will deliver on our client's goals."
 

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Note to Editors

Shanahan Engineering is a global power plant services company with four decades of proven plant construction, commissioning, consultancy and performance management expertise. It has a proven track record of creating value for its customers and delivering innovative service solutions. www.shanahanengineering.com  

Shanahan Engineering is an affiliate of EthosEnergy. www.ethosenergygroup.com

GNPower develops, owns, and operates power generation plants. The company was founded in 1997 and is based in Manila, Philippines. GNPower continues to respond to the country's demand for development of energy sources. It explores opportunities in power plants fueled by coal, liquefied natural gas, geothermal steam, wind and biomass. GNPower Co. Power Stations and Projects will provide significant benefits to local communities by reducing electricity costs, as well as providing jobs and substantial economic stimulus.