Vietnam Oil and Gas plans to develop Long Phu, in Soc Trang province, Vietnam. Long Phu Power Centre is a 4,320-megawatt coal power plant complex currently under development. The first of the three power stations at the Long Phu Power Centre is Long Phu-1, a proposed "high efficiency" 1,200-MW coal-fired power station by Hanoi-based PetroVietnam Technical Services Corporation, a subsidiary of energy provider PetroVietnam Group. The plant’s two units are planned to use supercritical boiler technology and scrubbers. Global engineering firm Black & Veatch won a contract to design and manage construction of the facility. Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade approved a proposal by India's Tata Power, a subsidiary of the Tata Group, to build the second power station, the 1,320-MW Long Phu-2, at a cost of US$1.8 billion. The plant would be Tata's first outside of India. PetroVietnam was searching for investors for Long Phu-3. This final phase would have a capacity of 2,000 MW and would cost an estimated US$3 billion.