CB&I win Chinese contract

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company NV has won a contract from Shanghai Ethylene Cracker Complex (SECCO) to design and construct a low-temperature liquids storage facility in the world-scale ethylene complex to be located at the Shanghai Chemical Industrial Park in Caojing, China. The project is valued in excess of USD 40 million. The award will be CB&I’s largest project in China. CB&I’s scope includes three double-wall refrigerated tanks for the storage of ethylene, ammonia and propylene, along with related foundations, civil and structural works, refrigeration system, and piping, electrical and instrumentation. The three tanks will be the largest refrigerated tanks of their kind ever built in China. Engineering on the project is under way, with completion expected in summer 2004.




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