Focusing on the Opportunity of Energy & Infrastructure Transformation in Vietnam

Focusing on the Opportunity of Energy & Infrastructure Transformation in Vietnam

Energy Capital Vietnam (ECV) is a Houston, Texas-based project development and holding company established as a platform for direct investment into the energy and infrastructure sectors in Vietnam.

Vietnam is undergoing an economic renaissance driven largely by the influx of western manufacturing. This rapid growth has created a tremendous opportunity for investment in the country.

Vietnam is undergoing an economic renaissance driven largely by the influx of western manufacturing. This rapid growth has created a tremendous opportunity for investment in the country.

ECV is playing a leading role in the advancement of Vietnam’s infrastructure across three areas:

Energy

Vietnam must dramatically increase its power generation capacity to sustain its rapid economic growth.

Vietnam’s existing 80GW energy grid is powered predominantly by coal and hydropower. As the country continues to experience an influx of high-tech manufacturing, it will require an additional 70GW of new generation capacity over the next decade.

Vietnam is seeking to move away from coal as a power source, and hydropower nearing capacity. New power generation will be dominated by renewables, supported by baseload supply from domestic natural gas and imported LNG. This dual track will enable Vietnam to pursue enhanced energy and climate security and achieve its goal of being net-zero by 2050.

ECV is developing large, integrated multi-phase LNG power projects to support Vietnam’s energy transition. Partnering with Gunvor, the largest independent LNG trader in the world, ECV can ensure the supply of reliable, affordable, US-sourced LNG.

Energy

Vietnam must dramatically increase its power generation capacity to sustain its rapid economic growth.

Vietnam’s existing 80GW energy grid is powered predominantly by coal and hydropower. As the country continues to experience an influx of high-tech manufacturing, it will require an additional 70GW of new generation capacity over the next decade.

Vietnam is seeking to move away from coal as a power source, and hydropower nearing capacity. New power generation will be dominated by renewables, supported by baseload supply from domestic natural gas and imported LNG. This dual track will enable Vietnam to pursue enhanced energy and climate security and achieve its goal of being net-zero by 2050.

ECV is developing large, integrated multi-phase LNG power projects to support Vietnam’s energy transition. Partnering with Gunvor, the largest independent LNG trader in the world, ECV can ensure the supply of reliable, affordable, US-sourced LNG.

Transport & Infrastructure

Vietnam must expand its transportation infrastructure to support a growing industrial base.

ECV has partnered with a leading Vietnamese conglomerate to strengthen national import/export capacity and enhance logistical efficiency across roads, rail, seaports, and airports.

The first project is the Long Son International Port (LSIP), a multipurpose deep-water seaport located approximately 42 miles southeast of Ho Chi Minh City in Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu province – Vietnam’s “strongest development engine.” LSIP is being developed with strategic input from America's largest container and energy ports, the Ports of Los Angeles and Corpus Christi.

Transport & Infrastructure

Vietnam must expand its transportation infrastructure to support a growing industrial base.

ECV has partnered with a leading Vietnamese conglomerate to strengthen national import/export capacity and enhance logistical efficiency across roads, rail, seaports, and airports.

The first project is the Long Son International Port (LSIP), a multipurpose deep-water seaport located approximately 42 miles southeast of Ho Chi Minh City in Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu province – Vietnam’s “strongest development engine.” LSIP is being developed with strategic input from America's largest container and energy ports, the Ports of Los Angeles and Corpus Christi.

Climate & Environment

ECV has developed a comprehensive and repeatable approach to decarbonizing LNG power in Vietnam.

Working alongside US and international clean energy experts, ECV has developed a solution to enable emissions reduction through a portfolio of domestic, high-quality carbon offset projects. This pragmatic solution has been viewed positively by a wide spectrum of climate experts, stakeholders, and governments.

ECV’s commitment to quality and pragmatic solutions will lead to delivering the next generation of carbon offset projects in Vietnam.

Reputation and credibility are vital to success, which is why ECV partners only with established experts and best-in-class partners.

Climate & Environment

ECV has developed a comprehensive and repeatable approach to decarbonizing LNG power in Vietnam.

Working alongside US and international clean energy experts, ECV has developed a solution to enable emissions reduction through a portfolio of domestic, high-quality carbon offset projects. This pragmatic solution has been viewed positively by a wide spectrum of climate experts, stakeholders, and governments.

ECV’s commitment to quality and pragmatic solutions will lead to delivering the next generation of carbon offset projects in Vietnam.

Reputation and credibility are vital to success, which is why ECV partners only with established experts and best-in-class partners.

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David Lewis

Founder, Chairman and CEO
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Gilles Labbé

Vice Chairman
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Barry Weisblatt

Chief Financial Officer
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Gerry L. Turner

Chief Operating Officer
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David Lyon

Chief of Staff
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Earl Crane

Cybersecurity Advisor
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Tim Ray

Chief Information Security Officer
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Thomas Martin

Director of Accounting
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The Honorable Ted Osius

Board Member and Advisor
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Rear Adm. James Rendon, USCG, Ret.

Maritime Security Council
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Lt. Gen. Michael D. Barbero, USA, Ret.

Board Advisor
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Vice Adm Sean A. Pybus, USN, Ret.

Maritime Security Council
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Adm. Samuel J. Locklear III, USN, Ret.

Board Advisor & Maritime Security Council Chair
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