Doosan to supply steam generators for Westinghouse US refit

2 March 2006 - Korea's Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction announced today that it had received an order worth 80bn won ($82.3m) to supply four steam generators for a nuclear reactor to Westinghouse Electric Co. of the US.

Doosan Heavy will supply the steam generators by November 2010 for the Sequoyah 2 nuclear reactor in Tennessee. The nuclear reactor is being renovated to replace old facilities, Doosan Heavy said.

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