In addition to the IEM visit to PP(T)SB, we also helped engineers maneuver there way through the thickets of the IEM membership process. Well, we thought we help, though the listener may have had other ideas. tl;dr: If your application to the IEM/BEM has been quiet for a month, call.
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Japan-based Toyo Engineering has been awarded a contract by Malaysia’s Petronas for the rejuvenation and revamp project of the No. 4 gas processing plant located in Kerteh, Terengganu, the firms said on Tuesday.
The plant will have a capacity of 250 million cubic feet/day, according to project officials.
Toyo is slated to provide engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning with a turnkey contract for expanding the plant’s life by another 20 years.
Toyo cited an extensive track record for Petronas projects at Kerteh, including basic design work for prior revamp projects of gas processing plants No. 1 and No. 2.