Amec Foster Wheeler awarded LNG contract in Timor-Leste

Amec Foster Wheeler awarded LNG contract in Timor-Leste

market prospects a vinyl acetate ethylene (VAE) emulsions production plant at Jurong Island, Singapore. Jacobs will be responsible for the detailed en...

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market prospects a vinyl acetate ethylene (VAE) emulsions production plant at Jurong Island, Singapore. Jacobs will be responsible for the detailed engineering and design of the project, as well as the procurement of major equipment and management of construction services. Construction is expected to begin by mid2015, and the unit should begin production by the second half of 2016.


Hyflux to supply containerised desalination system to Saudi Arabia


yflux Ltd, through its whollyowned subsidiary Hydrochem Saudi Ltd, has secured a US$48 million contract from Saudi Arabia’s Saline Water Conversion Corp to design, build and supply a containerised desalination system. The 30 000 m3 per day system will be located on the site of the existing Yanbu desalination plant on the Red Sea coast, 350 km north of Jeddah. It will increase the plant’s capacity to ensure a continuous and reliable water supply to the industrial city of Yanbu and the nearby Medina region. Hyflux will build 10 modular containerised units, which will incorporate the company’s proprietary Kristal® ultrafiltration membrane technology for the pretreatment phase of the seawater reverse osmosis desalination process. Each unit will have the capacity to desalinate 3000 m3 of water per day. The project is expected to be completed in about eight months. Hyflux’s modular containerised desalination solution provides high quality water while minimizing the impact on the environment.


Envirogen moves into North American food and beverage market


nvirogen Technologies Inc is to start providing water treatment and management solutions for food

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and beverage processors in North America. Currently a supplier of ‘end-to-end’ water solutions to the European food and beverage industries, Envirogen will now employ its technology portfolio and operations management expertise in North America to deliver programs for incoming water treatment, process water conditioning, process filtration, water recycle and re-use and wastewater treatment. Envirogen will help North American food and beverage processors prepare water from municipal or impacted groundwater sources, enhance facility throughput, and reduce water footprint at the lowest lifecycle cost. Richard Reese, president and CEO of Envirogen, believes his company has a unique approach to providing water and wastewater treatment solutions to food and beverage companies. “We combine proprietary technologies with sound process engineering, system design and construction, along with operations services to develop comprehensive solutions for our customers. We can support our clients at any point of the project development and implementation process. Our full-service options include guarantees for performance, operating costs and the lifetime of equipment assets,” Reese said. Envirogen has been providing water solutions to food and beverage processors in Europe for more than a decade under the Puresep brand. These include the treatment of groundwater and surface water sources via filtration and ion exchange; incoming water treatment solutions via filtration, ion exchange, disinfection and membrane technologies; process water treatment solutions using membranes, de-aeration, disinfection and sterilization; and wastewater treatment solutions that feature recovery and re-use. Global customers of Envirogen’s European operations include Heineken, Diageo, Britvic, SABMiller, Carlsberg and MolsonCoors. Envirogen already operates in the US, treating and managing impacted groundwater using biological, physical chemical and adsorptive technologies – with over 80 installations country-wide. Todd Webster, Envirogen’s West Regional vice president, says that the company’s offering to food and beverage processors is particularly timely considering the industry drive for reduced water footprint and the extreme drought conditions in California and the US Southwest. “At Envirogen, we have the ability to help companies utilize alternative source water and

to make their existing water sources work harder – and with better quality. Within the processing facility, there are a number of opportunities to reduce overall water usage, to make more efficient usage of expensive water sources, as well as investigate water re-use approaches,” Webster said. “We have done this for companies worldwide, and we’re ready to implement tailored solutions to meet new and emergency water requirements in the United States right away.”


LiqTech wins its largest ever order


iqTech International Inc has received a US$6.1 million order from an international mining company to supply a complete system to remove heavy metals from wastewater. This order is the largest single order ever awarded to the company. The system is based on LiqTech’s Ultra Filtration (UF) membranes and also includes pre-treatment and a de-watering unit to further reduce the amount of harmful wastewater to be handled. It should be delivered this year to a European site, with final installation expected to be completed in the first half of 2016. LiqTech CEO Sune Mathiesen said: “A major part of our business this year has been in applications that require the robustness of our filter. For example, applications for heavy metal removal from industrial wastewater and scrubber water systems for power plants and marine applications. This order is in the same family of some of our recent successes and we believe that the increased environmental focus around the world will create additional opportunities for our technology. The customer ordered a pilot unit last year and after a successful 3 month trial the two companies entered into negotiations for the complete system.


Amec Foster Wheeler awarded LNG contract in Timor-Leste


mec Foster Wheeler has secured a US$3.8 million pre-FEED (frontend engineering design) contract from the Timor-Leste government

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market prospects for the proposed Beaço Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant. The Amec Foster Wheeler scope will include concept selection studies, development of technical design, development of procurement and construction strategies, project implementation plans, capital cost estimate and schedule for the overall project. Amec Foster Wheeler will work closely with Timor Gap, Timor-Leste’s national oil company. The contract will be delivered from Amec Foster Wheeler’s LNG centre of expertise in Reading, UK, working with its team in Malaysia.


Evoqua system protects fish at US power plant


cel Energy is to install modified Ristroph fish protection intake systems from Evoqua Water Technologies at its Black Dog generating facility in Burnsville, Minnesota, USA. Eight Evoqua fish-friendly screening systems utilizing non-metallic modified Ristroph baskets will prevent small fish from entering the plant’s water intake and cooling system and return them to the river, allowing them to continue movement downstream. The installation should begin in autumn 2015 and be completed in 2016. The new equipment is expected to significantly increase biodiversity in the region through the protection of fish species and seasonal larvae.

commissioning of four lines of carbon activated filters and mixed bed filters to further demineralize the water coming from the centralized demineralized water supply. The Ovivo system will be part of a co-generation plant that will not only supply steam and power to the petrochemical plants and the other facilities in the complex, but it will also supply power to the national grid for public consumption. The contract is worth more than C$4 million to Ovivo. Delivery is scheduled for 2016.


Acciona Agua undertakes Spanish O&M contact


cciona Agua has won the contract for the operation, maintenance and conservation of the wastewater transport and treatment plant of Tafalla–Olite in the Navarra region of northern Spain. As well as the WWTP, the contract covers the management of the wastewater transport network of the towns of Tafalla and Olite, as well as the wastewater pumping station in Olite. The Tafalla-Olite WWTP receives the wastewater from the two towns. The facility has a daily flow rate of 5555 m3, although it currently treats an average 4993 m3 per day for a population equivalent of 14 000 people. Acciona Agua’s service will start on 1 July 2015 and will run for two years, with two possible annual extensions. The contract is worth up to E514 000.

Suez Environnement Ovivo receives energy signs Beijing reuse contract worth over water treatment C$4mn in Southeast Asia contract


vivo Inc is to supply a polishing demineralization water system for a power generation plant in Southeast Asia. Through its Christ Water Technology heritage brand, Ovivo will supply equipment meeting the requirements for ultra-clean demineralized water and complying with the feed water guidelines for high pressure boilers. The scope of supply includes the engineering, manufacturing and 4

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uez Environnement has secured a contract worth more than E140 million from Beijing Drainage Group to provide the equipment and supervise the installation of the Huai Fang reuse water treatment plant in Beijing. The Huai Fang plant is operated by Beijing Drainage Group and has been under construction since 2014. When it goes into operation in 2016, the Huai Fang plant

will be equipped with the ultrafiltration membrane bioreactor technology and an ozone system to treat the wastewater. The wastewater treated by the Huai Fang plant may be reused for city management projects or discharged into wetland and watercourse. It will be the largest underground reuse water project in Asia with a capacity of 600 000 m3/day and handling the wastewater produced by over 3 million people.

Andritz Separation to provide paddle dryer for Californian biosolids recovery plant


ndritz Separation is to supply a paddle dryer to Kore Infrastructure for a biosolids recovery plant currently under construction in Rialto, California, USA. Biosolids from wastewater facilities in Los Angeles, which would normally have gone to landfill, will be converted into biodiesel and biochar at the plant. Start-up is scheduled for the second quarter of 2016. The Andritz Separation dryer will reduce the biosolids volume by up to 80%, while preserving its energy content for further recovery. There are more than 200 Andritz paddle dryer installations worldwide.

Dubai Municipality awards E35mn sewage plant contract to Veolia


ubai Municipality has given Veolia Water Solutions &Technologies (VWST) a E35 million contract for the extension of the Al Aweer Sewage Treatment Plant (STP). The contract will see VWST provide engineering, procurement and construction for the extension of the plant. This project will be the first stage of a complete upgrade plan of Al Aweer STP. Under its 2015–2021 strategic plan, Dubai Municipality has started to award mega infrastructure projects based on the approved Drainage and Irrigation Master Plan to upgrade the existing STPs and to enhance the performance of the whole existing sewerage system.

June 2015