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Sinopec Guangzhou Petrochemical on Monday (8 March) said it has successfully commenced piling works at the Zhongke Refining and Petrochemical Project’s bunker fuel storage terminal.
The piling works are carried out through the cooperation of four construction companies, and the project is expected to be completed by October, 2021.
The Zhongke Refining and Petrochemical Project is a large scale integrated downstream project comprising an oil refinery, an ethylene production unit, and a 34 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) petrochemical port on the east coast of Zhanjiang. It is owned and operated by Sinopec.
Despite restrictions from the pandemic, all four construction companies managed to work together to complete the main line for COSCO’s marine fuel storage facility on schedule.
To date, Sinopec’s own Sino-Tech Marine Fuel Storage facility has completed 600 pile foundations which represents 30% of the total pile foundations required.
Published: 9 March, 2021
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