Wison Offshore & Marine Awarded Modularised Cracking Furnace Fabrication Contract

Published Jun 20, 2017
Wison Offshore & Marine Ltd.,

Wison Offshore & Marine has announced that the company has been awarded a contract to fabricate modules for 9 sets of 200,000 tonnes/year ethylene cracking furnaces for an integrated refining and petrochemical complex of Zhejiang Petrochemical Co. Ltd. in Zhejiang Province, China. The cracking furnaces will become the world’s largest single cracking furnace that will be modularised and transported in its entirety. It is also the largest cracking furnace equipment in terms of production capacity in China to date.

Wison offshore & Marine will complete the fabrication work at its yard in Zhoushan, Zhejiang Province, China. With the completion of its first-phase construction in 2013, Wison Zhoushan Yard covers nearly 1.5 million square meters and is well-equipped for the construction of large hulls, topsides and jackets, as well as modularised components for both offshore facilities and onshore large-scale industrial plants.

CUI Ying, CEO of Wison Offshore and Marine says, “The project adds Wison’s another important milestone in large module fabrication for onshore plant and strengthen our market position as a quality and cost-effective fabrication service provider for the oil and gas industry.”

“From large module projects to a variety of innovative mid-stream floating LNG facilities we create innovative solutions in a flexible and reliable manner, which cater to our clients’ needs and help them to monetise their investment more efficiently,” adds CUI.

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