Technip: Deal with Yamal Technip Joins One of the Largest LNG Projects
Technip has joined of the world's largest LNG processing plants currently in the pipeline: Technip subsidiaries will provide engineering, procurement and fabrication as well as on–site construction of three liquefaction trains.
Moscow/Russia – The Yamal LNG project, based along the Ob River in the Russian Arctic, will feature three 5.5 million tons–per–year liquefaction trains that process gas from more than 200 wells on the Yamal peninsula. The project is one of the largest industrial undertakings in the Arctic, an area that is ice-bound nine months of the year. In total, Technip estimated the order volume to be around € 4.5 billion.
The company has been involved in providing project planning, detailed engineering, estimation and procurement work for the past 14 months. This early engagement gives a comprehensive understanding of the project, around which the project execution plan has been built and handover of the first train is planned for 2017, speakers stated.
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