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Suez announces several contracts and launches innovative technologies

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Following the creation of Suez’s new business unit ‘Water Technologies & Solutions’, the group announces at WEFTEC (Water Environment Federation's Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference) in Chicago, new contracts across various industries (oil and gas, power) and launches new product lines. These new contracts and innovations confirm the dynamism of the industrial water market estimated at approximately €95 billion worldwide.

Suez will bring leading-edge technologies to large industrial players like BP and LG&E KU to help them improve their environmental performance, meet their business and flow needs and comply with regulations.

Suez was awarded the contract to supply a wastewater treatment system for BP’s Tangguh LNG plant in West Papua, Province of Indonesia. The wastewater treatment system aims to treat 600 000 lpd of effluents produced by a new LNG process line at Tangguh LNG plant. It will process high salinity peak and incorporate innovative water treatment technologies to remove free and emulsified oil, Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOC) and non-dissolved solids. The Tangguh Expansion Project will play an important role in supporting Indonesia’s growing energy demand, with 75% of the annual LNG production of this new line sold to the Indonesian state electricity company, PT PLN.

Through new contracts such as this and performing technologies, Suez confirms its strategy to lead the circular economy to ensure sustainable growth for the industrial clients and communities for which it operates.

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/02102017/suez-announces-several-contracts-and-launches-innovative-technologies-in-water-treatment-for-industry/

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