Doosan Vina ships chemical plant to Turkmenistan

17-May-2012 Intellasia | SaigonTimes | 7:01 AM Print This Post

Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam (Doosan Vina) has completed and shipped 140 tonnes of chemical processing equipment to the Duiker project in Turkmenistan, after five months of fabrication and assembly, the company said on Monday.

The heavy-industry manufacturer’s Chemical Processing Equipment business unit said the shipment has eight pressure burners, including four thermal oxidiser burners and four reaction furnace burners.

These highly-engineered pieces of equipment will process the natural gas, extracting the harmful elements and converting the gas into clean burning fuel for power plants and a myriad of other everyday products, said Doosan Vina in a statement.

In addition to this shipment, Doosan Vina is also completing work on the fifth shipment of six pressure vessels to the South Yoloten Gas Field project in Turkmenistan.

Both the Duiker project and the South Yoloten Gas Field project will be shipped from Vietnam to Turkmenistan where the 5th largest gas field on earth annually processes 30 billion cubic meters of natural gas. Once installed, they will work to supply Europe’s needs for gas, according to the statement from the Korean-invested company in Dung Quat Economic Zone in central Vietnam.

Doosan Vina has so far shipped many products world-wide, including boilers for thermo-power plants, heat recovery steam generators, desalination plants, and material handling systems.


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