Wood has secured a contract valued at over US$120 million with Sinopec Hainan Refining and Chemical Ltd Co. (Sinopec) to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services to expand its refinery development in the Hainan Free Trade Zone (FTZ) in South China.
Once completed, the ethylene renovation and expansion project will produce up to 1 million tpy of ethylene derivatives and refined oil and is expected to boost economic growth in China’s downstream sector by more than 100 billion yuan (US$14.1 billion). Output from the Hainan FTZ will serve ethylene demand across China and globally.
Under the new contract, EPC services for the sitewide pipe rack and associated pipework, cables for power, telecommunications and lighting will be delivered by Wood’s engineering and project management teams based in Shanghaiand on site.
Mike Collins, Wood’s Executive President of Projects commented: “We are delighted to win this new contract with Sinopec which demonstrates the strength of our long-standing relationship with the client and their confidence in our extensive EPC expertise in the petrochemical sector.
“We look forward to continuing our partnership to deliver this project safely, sustainably and on-time, making a positive contribution to this significant development.
“Wood is uniquely placed to leverage our engineering design expertise and global petrochemical track record to play a significant role in the growth of Sinopec’s business and the economic development of Hainan, boosting the local supply chain.”
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