Construction work on a petroleum regeneration and processing plant in Fujairah is halfway complete.
Cylingas, a subsidiary of Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), signed an agreement with Pyramid Engineering in June 2014 for the design, fabrication, installation, inspection, testing and commissioning of 20 above-ground storage tanks and associated piping systems within the new plant terminal as well as the connecting pipelines to the port of Fujairah jetty.
The terminal has a capacity of 101,000 m3 and the plants has a processing capacity of 7,500 BDP.
The tanks, which will come complete with aluminium domes complete with internal floating and cone roofs, will be able to store naphtha, diesel, gas oil, fuel oil and kerosene as well as slop and water.
Saif Al Falasi, group CEO of ENOC, says: ‘The significant progress achieved by Cylingas underlines our commitment to excellence and on-schedule delivery.’
The Pyramid Engineering job is Cylingas’ first independent project.
General manager Raed Ali adds: ‘Reaching this milestone underlines our experience and competencies to undertake large-scale EPC project that demand extensive mechanical and piping work.’