Thailand: Clean Energy Wison Engineering Secures EPCC contract for New Hydrogen Manufacturing Unit
The IRPC Public Company has awarded Wison Engineering with an EPCC contract for a new hydrogen manufacturing unit in Thailand. Once complete, the project will supply hydrogen to the Ultra Clean Fuel Diesel Euro V Project.
Shanghai/China – Wison Engineering recently announced that it was awarded a contract to provide engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) for a new Hydrogen Manufacturing Unit (HMU-2) by IRPC Public Company. The new HMU-2 project is part of the Ultra Clean Fuel Diesel Euro V Project (UCF project) located in the IRPC Industrial Estate at the Rayong province of Thailand.
The scope of work includes detailed engineering, supply of all equipment and materials, construction and installation, as well as pre-commissioning, commissioning and performance test. When complete, the HMU-2 project will provide hydrogen (40000Nm3/h) to the UCF project so that its products can meet the Euro-V Diesel specifications.
The agreement with IRPC for its HMU-2 project is a monumental milestone for Wison Engineering’s development in Southeast Asia.
Chawalit Tippawanich, President and Chief Executive Officer of IRPC said, “The project will reduce the particle pollution especially PM 2.5 and complies with the company’s strategy to enhance long-term competitiveness. It is another successful step towards environmentally friendly business and energy-efficient collaboration.”
“The agreement with IRPC for its HMU-2 project is a monumental milestone for Wison Engineering’s development in Southeast Asia. IRPC is a leading petroleum and petrochemical producer in Thailand and we are proud to expand our existing relationship,” said Yan Shaochun, Executive Director and CEO of Wison Engineering. “Building on the proud and abundant experience of executing overseas projects, our multidiscipline expertise will help IRPC achieve greater performance in safety, efficiency and cost.”
Detailed engineering and procurement on the project are well underway, construction is anticipated to begin next year. Mechanical completion of the new hydrogen manufacturing unit is planned for the third quarter of 2023.