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Jereh signs EPC contract in Pakistan

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Jereh Group has reported it was awarded an EPC contract from Fauji Foundation, one of the largest energy conglomerates in Pakistan. Fauji Foundation cover power generation, natural gas, oil terminal operations and health care, for feed gas treatment of a power plant. The contract’s success will help boost power generation efficiency and benefit the local area.

For this project, Jereh offers whole services from engineering, procurement to construction and commissioning. It will improve the existing modules including separation and filtration of feed gas, which can decrease the content of heavy hydrocarbon effectively and also reduce the effect of air pollution.

"As the package contractor, we have delivery advantages compared with other companies. Our engineers make a change in operation mode from on-site assembly to in-house pre-skid, which reduces on-site construction time significantly and ensures the high quality delivery," said Project Manager, Mr. Shu.

This project is anticipated to be completed in July 2016.

The signing of this project follows the first EPC project in December 2015. Under the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative, more than US$250 billion worth of infrastructure projects have been contracted between China and Pakistan. Jereh will continue its efforts to promote more energy cooperation and create better energy future for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

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