Sembcorp’s joint venture in Vietnam incorporates two subsidiaries to develop the third and fourth Vietnam Singapore Industrial Park projects in Bac Ninh and Hai Phong respectively.


Sembcorp divests its entire 25% shareholdings in QianAn Henghui Cogeneration Company to New Zealand Power Investment.


Sembcorp Marine’s Sembawang Shipyard secures a favoured customer contract from BG LNG Services. The contract provides for ship repair, refurbishment, upgrading and related marine services for BG LNG Services’ fleet of liquefied natural gas carriers.

Sembcorp Marine’s Jurong Shipyard secures a rig order from Gander Drilling, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SeaDragon Offshore, to complete and deliver a Moss Maritime full dynamically positioned semi-submersible drilling unit with an option for an additional unit.

Sembcorp’s industrial parks business receives an investment certificate to expand its integrated township and industrial park in Binh Duong, Vietnam, by an additional 700 hectares.


Sembcorp Marine’s Group President & CEO Mr Tan Kwi Kin retires and is succeeded at the helm of the business by Mr Wong Weng Sun, previously the business’ President & Chief Operating Officer.

Sembcorp Marine’s Indonesian offshore engineering unit secures a US$430 million contract, in consortium with PT Saipem Indonesia, for the engineering and construction of a central processing platform, a wellhead platform and an export subsea gas pipeline from Premier Oil Natuna Sea.

Sembcorp opens China’s first plant capable of treating high concentration industrial wastewater directly from source and without pre-treatment by customers. The 15,000 cubic metres per day plant in the Zhangjiagang Free Trade Port Zone has been selected as a bilateral demonstration project for water management by the governments of China and Singapore.

Sembcorp signs a memorandum of understanding and breaks ground for a further plant in Zhangjiagang which will reclaim 20,000 cubic metres per day of industrial water and 4,000 cubic metres per day of demineralised water from treated industrial effluent. Sembcorp’s joint venture will be granted exclusive rights to produce and supply the reclaimed water to industries in the Zhangjiagang Free Trade Port Zone.

Sembcorp’s industrial parks business and its consortium partners Yanlord Land Group and Surbana Land jointly announce their development of the Sino-Singapore Nanjing Eco High-tech Island. The groundbreaking for the development is witnessed by Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister Wong Kan Seng and Jiangsu provincial party secretary Liang Baohua.


Sembcorp successfully completes a power expansion to the Fujairah Independent Water and Power Plant in the UAE, bringing the plant’s power generation capacity to 893 megawatts.

Sembcorp and Nanyang Technological University’s Nanyang Environment and Water Research Institute sign an agreement to jointly explore the application of a new treatment technology for the removal of recalcitrant organics from complex industrial wastewater.

Sembcorp announces the opening of its second energy-efficient membrane bioreactor wastewater treatment plant on Singapore’s Jurong Island. The space-efficient plant produces high-quality effluent with lower energy consumption, minimal chemical usage and less waste.

The 2009 winner of the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize, Prof Gatze Lettinga, visits Sembcorp’s facilities on Jurong Island to view the industrial application of his solutions in the treatment of complex wastewater. A beneficiary of technology developed by Prof Lettinga, Sembcorp remains the only Singaporean company to have applied Expanded Granular Sludge Bed (EGSB) technology, with four EGSB wastewater treatment plants on Jurong Island, Singapore, as well as in Zhangjiagang and Nanjing in China.

Sembcorp signs a technical assistance agreement with United Envirotech and Memstar to form a pilot test bed for an environmentally-friendly membrane distillation system for industrial wastewater treatment and water reclamation.

Sembcorp signs a heads of agreement with the Shenyang Economic & Technological Development Area Administrative Committee to explore the widening of its water business in Shenyang to include wastewater treatment.


Sembcorp’s Protection team at its UK operations wins the Professional and Engineering Supplier Award at the prestigious Chemical Industries’ Association Awards for the effective round-the-clock protection, security and emergency cover it provides to over £14 billlion worth of high-hazard industrial assets.

Sembcorp Marine’s Jurong Shipyard secures a second SeaDragon rig order from Oban B to complete and deliver a Moss Maritime full dynamically positioned semi-submersible drilling unit.

Sembcorp’s Environment arm in Australia begins operating a 10-hectare resource recovery facility at Neerabup, Western Australia. The facility will treat up to 100,000 tonnes of household waste annually and produce around 40,000 tonnes of market-quality compost from recovered materials.

The Sembcorp NEWater Plant begins its first phase of commercial operations with an initial capacity of 69,000 cubic metres per day. When fully developed, the plant will be one of the world’s largest water recycling facilities and Singapore’s largest NEWater plant at 228,000 cubic metres per day.


Sembcorp’s Environment arm in Australia begins operating its advanced waste treatment plant at Kemps Creek, Western Sydney. The 8-hectare facility will treat up to 134,000 tonnes of waste annually, diverting around 78% of this amount from landfill. This will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by an estimated 28,600 tonnes per annum.

Sembcorp’s Environment arm in Australia wins the inaugural award for Waste Management Company of the Year at the 2009 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Industrial Technologies Awards. The award recognises the company’s excellence in waste management and treatment, including its progressive application of waste-to-resource technologies.


Sembcorp is named the Most Transparent Company in the multi-industry and conglomerates category by the Securities Investors Association (Singapore) at its annual Investors’ Choice Awards. Sembcorp Marine is named runner-up in the award’s non-electronics manufacturing category.


Sembcorp Marine announces plans to develop a modern, work-efficient and integrated new yard facility, to position the business for sustainable growth. To be situated at Tuas View Extension, the 206-hectare new yard facility will be strategically located along major sea lanes in the Singapore Straits and developed in phases over 16 years.

Sembcorp hosts Hu Jintao, President of the People’s Republic of China, at the Sembcorp NEWater Plant.

Sembcorp secures a US$1 billion independent water and power project in Salalah, Oman, marking its first beachhead in the country. Sembcorp will develop, build, own and operate the greenfield facility, which will supply power and water to the Oman Power and Water Procurement Company under a long-term contract.

Sembcorp Marine’s Sembawang Shipyard and Kakinada Seaports form a joint venture to establish and operate a marine and offshore facility on India’s east coast.

Sembcorp celebrates the 15th anniversary of the Wuxi-Singapore Industrial Park, and announces a new phase of development to enhance the existing industrial park with the addition of mixed-use commercial and residential developments, a business and information technology park and a photovoltaic park.


Sembcorp completes a 10,000 cubic metres per day industrial wastewater treatment plant in Tianjin, China.
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