The EPCC contract follows the successful completion of the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) by Technip Energies. The project includes a 60 000 tpy greenfield melamine plant, utilising CASALE Low Energy Melamine (LEM™) technology, and associated interconnections with the existing urea plant where the CO2 generated in the melamine production process will be recycled. This serves to minimise the CO2 footprint of this new asset.
Technip Energies is responsible for overall project management, engineering, procurement and commissioning, whereas Dialog E&C is in charge of construction and pre-commissioning.
Marco Villa, COO of Technip Energies, stated: “We are honored to be entrusted by PCG to build their first melamine plant, participating in the diversification of their product portfolio. Technip Energies is committed to deliver a high performing, energy efficient and low carbon emission asset making this project another key milestone in our longstanding and successful history in Malaysia and with PETRONAS.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/project-news/14022022/technip-energies-awarded-epcc-contract-by-petronas-for-melamine-plant/
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