Unidro has been awarded the water treatment packages by CTJV, a joint venture of Chiyoda Corporation (Japan) and Technip Energies, for the North Field East Project (“NFE”). The NFE Project covers the delivery of 4 mega trains, each with a capacity of 8 million tons per annum (“Mtpa”) of Liquified Natural Gas (“LNG”), and associated utility facilities. It will include a large CO2 Carbon capture and sequestration facility, leading to more than 25% reduction of Green House Gas emissions when compared to similar LNG facilities.
In order to meet the very strict process performance, and comply with a set of demanding quality and supply requirements, Unidro was selected by CTJV as being the preferred partner to design, engineer, manufacture and supply the integrated water treatment packages.
Qatargas is the world’s largest LNG company, it produces and supplies 77 million tons of LNG annually across the globe. Chiyoda and Technip Energies are both strong players in Qatar; we are very proud to have been awarded this important project, which is a great achievement of the whole team involved in the extensive and detailed proposal preparation process.
This project is a great example of our #MissionWater purpose, valuing the importance of sustainable water use, energy and resource recovery with all different stakeholders, to secure a smooth operation of the largest LNG production facility in the world and anticipating on the fast growing demand for renewable energy.
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