Shawcor Ltd has announced that its pipe coating division has won a contract from Marubeni-Itochu Tubulars Asia Pte Ltd to provide internal lining and three layer polyethylene anti-corrosion pipeline coatings for Thailand’s fifth transmission pipeline project.
The project is owned by the Thai state enterprise company, PTT Public Co. Ltd. It will involve a pipeline running through eight Thai provinces, with the aim of reducing risks to electrical power security, as well as easing gas deliveries from the LNG terminal in Rayong, Thailand, to the Western region.
The contract will be executed in Shawcor’s coating facilities located in Malaysia, and is expected to begin in 4Q17 and finished by 4Q18. It is valued at over C$40 million.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/regasification/07042017/shawcor-to-provide-pipe-coating-services-for-thai-transmission-pipeline/
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