Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. has announced that its supplied technical services and technology played a key role in enabling natural gas production from the Chuandongbei Project in southwest China. Jacobs provided a team of local and international experts to the integrated project team and contributed specialist engineering and project management services through all phases of the project from its offices in China, Australia, the US, the Netherlands and Canada.
In addition, Jacobs’ Comprimo Sulfur Solutions® technology was licensed by the project’s operator, Unocal East China Sea, Ltd (Unocal), a fully owned subsidiary of Chevron Corporation. Comprimo is a leading suite of gas treating and sulfur recovery technologies. The technology, combined with Jacobs’ experience and expertise, assists clients in gas sweetening, sulfur recovery and tail gas treatment.
Commenting on the milestone, Jacobs Senior Vice President Steve Axcell stated, “We are proud to contribute to this significant milestone for Chevron in China. We are also pleased to provide our Comprimo technology, which is built on more than 40 years of research and development.”
Chuandongbei is a large onshore gas project that is expected to become an important supplier of clean and affordable energy to the rapidly growing economy in southwest China.
Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle
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