Heavy Industry

EEI Corporation is the Philippines’ leading provider of construction services to Oil, Petroleum, Gas, Cement, Mining, and Power Producer Companies.

Due to its construction work in the Middle East since 1974 and extensive experience in the domestic and overseas markets, EEI was able to develop superior capabilities in this core business and made the company the leading contractor in power and energy projects.

It has undertaken civil works, structural fabrication and erection, installation of boilers, generators and turbines, and construction of balance of plant equipment and materials handling facilities.

Over the years, EEI has completed coal-fired, diesel/bunker fuel, geothermal, gas, turbine, hydroelectric, combined cycle, and nuclear-powered generating facilities. It has been involved in 40% of all construction of baseload power generating plants (100 megawatts and above) under the Philippine Government’s Energy Development Program in the last decade. This outstanding portfolio of projects, recognized and awarded by global energy players including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Bechtel, GEC Alsthom and Foster Wheeler, Fluor Daniel, and Black and Veatch, speak of its capabilities and construction technologies.

The top three petroleum companies in the country – Petron, Shell, and Chevron, have relied on EEI in the construction of its major rehabilitation and expansion projects in their respective oil and gas refineries. EEI was also commissioned by Foster Wheeler to undertake pipeworks for the gas process train facilities and equipment erection for Shell Exploration’s Malampaya On-shore Gas Plant.

EEI has played a major role in the construction of petrochemical plants as well. In the Philippines, two of its completed projects include JC Summit’s Bi-Axial Polyprophylene and Polyethylene Plant and Petrocorps’ Polyprophylene Plant. EEI was able to undertake Petron’s plant expansions namely Benzene Toulene Xylene (BTX) Project and Petro FCC Project.

EEI has also been involved in the mining and cement industries since its foundation in 1931. It has been active in the mining industry having serviced Benguet Corporation, Philex Mining, Lepanto Mines, Semirara, and Marinduque Mines. It has also been dominant in the cement industry having built the major plants of the Phinma Group, Continental Cement, and Republic Cement among others. It was also engaged in the modification of the air purification process of Fortune Cement Plant in Batangas. Recently, EEI completed the Rio Tuba Nickel Plant (Phase 2) for Coral Bay / Sumitomo Metal Co.

Recent Projects:

Philsaga TPA CIL Gold Plant (Philsaga)
The TPA CIL Gold Plant Project, owned by Philsaga Mining Corporation, will upgrade and double the ore production of the existing Philsaga Gold Mining Plant located at Sitio Banahaw, Barangay Bayugan 3, Rosario, Agusan del Sur.







Didiio DIDIPIO
In June 2011, OceanaGold Philippines Inc. (OGPI), owned by Australian-based OceanaGold Corporation, commenced the construction of Didipio Project, a high grade gold copper mining and processing plant located at the Municipality of Kasibu, Nueva Viscaya, Philippines.

OGPI, which stands as the owner, overall designer, and project operation and maintenance of the Didipio Project, entrusted to EEI Corporation the Electro-Mechanical works which include the mechanical, structural, piping, electrical, and the instrumentation works of the process plant, the conveyor and crushing system, and the power station.



New Ash Silo Plant New Ash Silo Plant
The project, located at Isla Grande, Pagbilao, Quezon, involves the construction of the New Fly Ash Conveying and Storage Project for Team Energy Corporation's Pagbilao Coal Fired Power Plant. Construction started last September 15, 2011 and is scheduled to be completed including the commissioning works within 10 months. EEI's scope includes the design and construction of a 24-meter high concrete silo with a diameter of 13 meters. Furthermore, EEI will be constructing the 500-meter long roadway that will connect to the existing plant.

The installation of the Fly Ash Conveying Equipment will be supplied by the United Conveyor Corporation (UCC) of U.S.A.



Mindanao Coal-Fired Power Plant
Located at Phivdec Industrial Estate near Cagayan De Oro City, this plant was approved by NPC and PSALM in September, 2003. Kawasaki Heavy Industries was awarded the EPC contract for the plant while EEI was tasked to do the Electro-Mechanical erection works, including the design and building of the River Water Intake Pipelines.

The project started construction in November, 2004 and was completed by October, 2006.




Masinloc Coal Fired Power Plant
Masinloc Coal Fired Power Plant, located at Masinloc, Zambales Province, is configured as two units of 300 MW capacity turbine generators. EEI’s scope in constructing the plant started with Civil and Foundation works under TOA Corporation, then Electro-Mechanical erection works under Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. The project took 3 years to construct and eventually became operational in 1999.






Sual Coal-Fired Power Plant
Owned and operated by Team Energy Corporation, this is the largest coal fired power station in the Philippines having a configuration of 2X609 MW. Site preparation started in 1995, while construction started in February, 1996. EEI completed the Electro-Mechanical works under GEC Alsthom as the EPC contractor.






Petron Projects
The Benzene Toulene Xylene (BTX) Project and Petro FCC Project were two major petroleum refinery projects completed by EEI with Petron Corporation under Daelim Philippines as the EPC Contractor. BTX was constructed between April 2008 and March 2009, while FCC was between April 2006 and October 2007. BTX was constructed as part of the plant expansion and FCC was actually a replacement of an old unit. The subcontracts amounted to $17 million and $37 million respectively.





Rio Tuba Nickel Plant (Phase 2)
The Rio Tuba Nickel Plant (Phase 2) Project was a carbon copy of the existing phase 1 of the nickel plant also constructed by EEI both under JGC Corporation. The second phase is worth $22 million, wherein the construction started in November 2006 and was concluded on May 2008.







Taganito HPAL
Taganito HPAL Project, located at Barangay Taganito, Surigao Del Norte, is a large-scale hydrometallurgical project owned by Sumitomo Metal Mining Co. Ltd which acquired the services TJCP Joint Venture (between JGC Philippines, Inc. and Chiyoda Philippines Corporation) as the EPC contractor of the processing plant.

SPT Olefins Project
The SPT Olefins Project, owned by Stone and Webster Asia Inc., is located at Jurong Island, Singapore.

The project involves the fabrication and assembly of 29 Olefins Recovery Piperack Modules. EEI will cover Modular Fabrication, Supply of Resources manpower, tools, equipment, and consumables, and Project Management and Supervision.

Refurbishment of Electrostatic Precipitator for Boiler Unit #1
As part of AES Philippines Corporation’s upgrading of 2x300MW Masinloc Coal-Fired Power Plant to world standards after it’s acquisition from NPC, AES tap EEI to refurbish the Electrostatic Precipitator for Unit # 1 during its 60 days shutdown period. Eventually, AES gave commendation to EEI for his successful accomplishment having one week ahead of schedule.