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Technip awarded new LNG plant contract in China

05.27.2014  | 

The contract covers basic engineering design of the process plant, BED and detailed engineering design of a LNG tank, procurement of key equipment such as the main cryogenic heat exchanger, mixed refrigerant compressor, boil off gas compressor, LNG in tank pumps, cryogenic control and on off valves.

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Technip has been awarded an engineering, procurement and technical assistance contract by Fengzhen Wanjie Gas for a LNG plant in Fengzhen City, Inner Mongolia Province, China. 

The plant will consist of a 1.3 million Nm3/day(1) LNG train (350,000 tpy) and a 0.3 million Nm3/day compressed natural gas (CNG) station.

The contract covers basic engineering design (BED) of the process plant, BED and detailed engineering design of a LNG tank, procurement of key equipment such as the main cryogenic heat exchanger, mixed refrigerant compressor, boil off gas compressor, LNG in tank pumps, cryogenic control and on off valves.

The LNG plant will be based on an Air Products liquefaction process.

Technip’s operating centers in Shanghai, China, and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, will execute the contract with plant start up scheduled for the second half of 2016.

“This contract award is another success for us in the growing mid scale LNG market in China," said KK Lim, president of Technip in the Asia-Pacific region. "I am delighted that Technip remains as the contractor of choice while we continue to bring our extensive knowledge in LNG to our clients.”



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Andy
05.27.2014

our government is idling about what is going on with these companies that profit from Canadian consumers and exporting jobs to China. Someday, someone will wake up...it is not already too late.

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