Técnicas Continues to Progress in the Construction of the ExxonMobil’s Project in Singapore

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 2/21/2022, Location: Asia

- In addition, YPF has awarded the Spanish company a US$ 264 million contract in Argentina.
- Te´cnicas Reunidas continues the construction phase of ExxonMobil’s Singapore integrated manufacturing complex expansion project that was awarded in 2019.
- Construction activities will also increase at the modularization yards in Thailand, where the modules will be manufactured, assembled, and subsequently delivered to Singapore.
- Over 500 engineers have been working since 2019 on the development of the detailed engineering and procurement of the project, thus confirming the company’s headquarters in Madrid as a center of excellence in engineering.
- On the other hand, the Spanish company will carry out the project to upgrade YPF ´s facilities in Luja´n de Cuyo (Mendoza, Argentina). The project will consist of new hydrotreatment and hydrogen production units.
- Despite the challenges and impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Te´cnicas Reunidas is making progress in the execution of ExxonMobil’s Singapore integrated manufacturing complex expansion project on Jurong Island (Singapore).

Te´cnicas Reunidas continues the construction phase of the project. This year, TR will increase construction activities at the Singapore site, for which it plans to mobilize over 250 personnel.

Construction activities will also increase at the modularization yards in Thailand, where the modules will be manufactured, assembled, and subsequently delivered to Singapore. Te´cnicas Reunidas will mobilize about 200 specialists to the yards.

The project was awarded to the Spanish company in the first quarter of 2019 through an EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contract for approximately US$1.5 billion. The scope of work includes hydrotreating conversion units, sulfur recovery and auxiliary systems.

This contract is a continuation of the extended basic engineering (FEED) contract for the same facility, which was completed by about 150 Te´cnicas Reunidas’ engineers.

Over 500 engineers have been working since 2019 on the development of the detailed engineering and procurement of the project, thus confirming the company’s headquarters in Madrid as a center of excellence in engineering.

Project for YPF for US$ 264 million
On the other hand, Te´cnicas Reunidas has signed a US$ 264 million contract with YPF S.A. to upgrade of its Luja´n de Cuyo plant (Mendoza, Argentina).

The project will enable the facility to meet new fuel specifications and achieve significant environmental improvements.

YPF awarded Te´cnicas Reunidas in 2019 a contract for the cost estimation of the plant upgrade project under an “open book” scheme (FEED-OBE).

The Spanish company will now continue with a new contract for the engineering, procurement and construction management of the new hydrotreatment and hydrogen production units as well as various auxiliary systems.

The construction of modules and the electromechanical assembly of the new units will be carried out by AESA (a construction company of the YPF group). Te´cnicas Reunidas will team up with the customer for the supervision of these works.

The estimated project execution period is 40 months.


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