ENGIE operates in Thailand, electric generation and cogeneration activities, distribution of gas, and energy services through its subsidiaries Glow Group, PTT NGD, AMATA NGD, Cofely SEA and Tractebel Engineering. Our total installed capacity is more than 3,000 MW.

  • Glow Energy’s thermal power plant in Map Ta Phut
  • Combined cycle gas-fired cogeneration power plant
  • 2014: Glow Energy wins Platinum Asian Utility Award
  • 2014 : Glow won SET’s CSR Recognition award

Power generation

  • Glow Group

Glow Group’s (69,1% ENGIE) business is divided into Independent Power Producer (IPP) and Cogeneration business lines. Currently, it has resources of electricity, steam, processed water and chilled water.

The IPP business has total generating capacity of 1,525 MW of electricity, selling electricity mainly to the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), the country’s primary public service company, under Thailand’s IPP (Independent Power Producer) programs. The IPP business is composed of  combined cycle gas-fired,  coal-fired, and hydro-electric power plant.

Cogeneration business has 30 reliable units with total generating capacity of 1,661 MW of electricity, 1,206 tons per hour of steam, 5,482 cubic meters per hour of clarified and demineralized water and 3,400 refrigerated tons of chilled water. These units generation is sold to  around thirty industrial customers mainly in the Map Ta Phut industrial zone.

Glow Group has developed Glow Energy Solar power plant in order to promote electricity generation from renewable energy. Glow Energy Solar is the first solar power plant in Rayong province (1.55MW).

 Gas distribution

  • PTT NGD

Created in 1996, PTT NGD is a leader in gas distribution to industrial clients in Thailand. Directly or through its subsidiary AMATA NGD, the company sells and distributes nearly 25 MMBTU through a PE and steel pipeline network. PTT NGD, owned by ENGIE (40%) and Thailand’s national oil company PTT (60%), has continuously grown since the start through investments and its capacity as the energy partner of the Thai industry, providing natural gas as well as energy support, advice and services to its customers.

Energy services

  • Cofely Thailand

Cofely Thailand, a wholly own subsidiary of Cofely SEA, was set up in 2000, and provides technical maintenance, utility provisions, cooling networks and energy-efficient solutions to around 50 industrial and commercial clients in Bangkok and industrial parks between Rayong and northern Bangkok.

  • TRACTEBEL Engineering

The activities of Tractebel Engineering on the Thai market go back to the early 1980s. Tractebel Engineering has contributed actively to the development of the country: from dredging in the port of Laem Chabang to the hydro power scheme of Nam Khek, the 700 MW CCGT thermal power plant at Bowin (IPP) and the design of the Gas Ring of Bangkok.

Since 2010, Tractebel Engineering has established a Bangkok based hub for the development of projects in the ASEAN region and more recently Tractebel Engineering has opened a branch in Philippines and a Rep Office in Indonesia. With a fast growing team based on a good mix of expatriates and strong local competences the company primarily covers engineering services for hydropower, renewable, thermal power, gas & LNG and T&D. .

Tractebel Engineering is currently active as Owner’s Engineer, Lender’s Engineer or Technical advisor on several projects such as for instance, the BIC2 and SPR – 120 MW CCGT Projects in Thailand, the Xepian Xe Namnoy – 410 MW and the Nam Lik 1 – 65 MW hydro projects in Laos, the Khao Kor – 60 MW Windfarm project in Thailand, the First Gen Avion – 90 MW OCGT Project in Philippines, the First Gen LNG Terminal FEED in Philippines, the strengthening of West Kalimantan power grid in Indonesia, the Vinh Tan 4 – 600 MW CFPP project in Vietnam or the CHP5 and Tavan Tolgoï projects in Mongolia.

Distribution of natural gas to industrial customers of PTT NGD, in Thailand

ENGIE activities in Thailand