SUEZ bags first ZLD contract in China in triple industrial project win
SUEZ has won three new industrial service contracts in China in the Oil & Gas and Petrochemicals sectors worth 19 million euros...
SHANGHAI, China - SUEZ has won three new industrial service contracts in China in the Oil & Gas and Petrochemicals sectors worth 19 million euros.
The contracts signed are two engineering and equipment procurement services contracts with chemical company BASF in the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (SCIP), and the Chinese petrochemical group Hengli Petrochemical in Dalian, Liaoning Province.
The third contract is a Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) equipment supply & site technical services contract for the Chinese petrochemical group Zhong Tian He Chuang Energy.
For BASF, SUEZ will provide engineering and equipment procurement services in SCIP, the largest petrochemical complex in Asia.
In China, SUEZ is currently providing water supply and wastewater treatment services to BASF’s plants in SCIP and Chongqing Changshou Chemical Park.
The Equipment Supply & Site Technical Services Contract signed with partner Wotter for Zhong Tian He Chuang Energy, is SUEZ’s first ZLD project in China.
The contract includes the design, equipment supplying, site services and performance guaranteeing of over 600 m3/day crystallisation unit to equip the reuse wastewater treatment plant of the world's largest coal to olefins project in Ordos, North of China, Inner Mongolia.
This contract follows SUEZ’s equity shares acquisition in Evatherm, a Swiss engineering company and worldwide expert in evaporation and crystallization technologies.
The first ZLD contract of SUEZ in China, the contract will serve a newly-built oil refinery in Dalian, with a capacity of 400,000 barrels per day, owned by Hengli Group.
The contract includes five separate treatment lines for a wastewater treatment plant, which will include tertiary treatment, and reverse osmosis brine treatment, as well as degremont treatment technologies like the Densadeg which will be installed on the coal-to-hydrogen unit.
Marie-Ange Debon, senior executive vice president in charge of the international division of SUEZ, said: “These new contracts follow the one recently announced to treat the effluents from CAMIP industrial park in Jiangsu Province and confirms SUEZ successful development in Industrial Services in China where it already delivers its expertise in the management of environmental services to 10 industrial parks.”