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Engineering Contractors Technology & Engineering ( Introduction of Chiyodas Performance ). May, 2006. What is Engineering Contractor. - Fact about Chiyoda Corporation - Field of Services - Major World Wide Network. 1. EstablishmentJanuary 20, 1948 2.Name of President Nobuo Seki - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • What is Engineering Contractor- Fact about Chiyoda Corporation - Field of Services - Major World Wide Network

  • Fact about Chiyoda Corporation

  • Field of Services

  • Major World Wide NetworkAs of May, 2006THE NETHERLANDS- Hague OfficeCHINA- Beijing Office- Shanghai Representative OfficeTHAILAND Chiyoda (Thailand) Limited * Sriracha Office * Bangkok Head OfficeIRAN- Tehran OfficeNIGERIA- Chiyoda Nigeria Limited * Abuja Office * Lagos OfficeSAUDI ARABIA- Chiyoda Petrostar Ltd. * Al-Khobar Office * Jeddah Head OfficeOMAN- Muscat Office (CFW & Co. LLC)UAE- Abu Dhabi OfficeQATAR- Chiyoda Middle East Headquarters- CMS & AINDONESIA- P.T. Chiyoda International, Indonesia- Jakarta OfficeSINGAPORE- Chiyoda Singapore (Pte) Ltd.- Chiyoda Asia Pacific (Pte) Ltd.MALAYSIA- Chiyoda Malaysia Sdn. BhdMYANMAR- Chiyoda & Public Works Co., Ltd.U.S.A- Chiyoda International Corporation INDIA- L&T Chiyoda Ltd.PHILIPPINESChiyoda Philippines Corporation ITALY- Milan Representative OfficeJAPAN- Chiyoda Corporation * Yokohama Head Office * Koyasu Research & Development CenterRUSSIA- Moscow Office- Sakhalin Office

  • Records and Experience- EPC Achievement in Japan- EPC Achievement in Saudi Arabia- Technology Development

  • Grass Roots Refinery in JapanPlanned, Designed & Constructed By Chiyoda

  • Experiences in High Pressure Hydroprocessing

  • Resid HDS

    35,000 BPSD CHEVRON OCR/RDS UNITIdemitsu Hokkaido

  • Grass Roots Refinery Experiencein Saudi ArabiaJeddah Refinery12,000 BPSD(1967)33,000 BPSD(1974)Yanbu Refinery170,000 BPSD(1983)Petromin-MobilYanbu Refinery263,000 BPSD(1984)Al-Jubail (SASREF)272,000 BPSD(1985)Ras Tanura Refinery250,000 BPSD(1986)

  • Chiyodas Grass Root Refinery Experience in the WorldLube Oil Blending Plant250,000BBL/Y (Ningbo / China)No.8 Petroleum Refinery232,000 BPSD (Bandar Abbas / Iran)Gas Oil HDS 6,000T/D LGO 4,000T/D HGO (Pulau-Ular / Singapore)Petroleum Refinery 80,000BPSD (Pulau-Ayer / Singapore)

    North Refinery project150,000 BPSD (Baiji /Iraq)Lube Oil Plant100,000T/Y (Alexandria /Egypt)Melaka Refinery project Stage-1100,000 BPSD (Melaka / Malaysia)Petroleum Refinery100,000 BPSD (Kaduna / Nigeria)Petroleum Refinery55,000 BPSD (Esmeraldas /Ecuador)

  • CHIYODAS RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN SAUDI ARABIA

  • Technology Development

    Acetic Acid

    (Acetica Process)

    CO2 Reforming Catalyst and Process

    Ultra Deep Desulfuri-

    zation Catalyst

    (Titania)

    Fuel Gas Desulfuri-

    zation (CASOX)

    Computer Application Technology

    - Advanced Control

    - Artificial Intelligence

    - Computer Integrated Manufacturing

    Bis phenol A

    Coal Liquefaction

    Share Oil

    Biomass

    Fuel Cell

    Flue Gas Desulfurization

    (CT-101 & 121)

    Waste Water Treatment Soil Improvement

    Asphalthenic Bottom

    Cracking (ABC)

    1970

    1980

    EnergyCrisis

    Vinyl Chloride

    Dealkylation to Benzene (MHC process)

    Xylene Separation Thermal Cracking

    (Eureka process) Tetrahydrofran

    Isoprene

    1960

    1948

    1950

    PublicNuisanceIncubation and development

    of ideas have made jointly

    with operation companies

    and Chiyoda.ChiyodaResearch Park: Joint development with operation company /: Own Developed Technology by Chiyoda / :Sponsored by the GovernmentEconomic GrowthIn JapanPreservation of Global Environment

  • Activities for the Future- Major on-going Projects- Reliability NO.1 as EPC Contractor- Looking for Market Demands

  • Major Overseas Ongoing ProjectsAs of May, 2006CHINA*Acetic Acid Plant (CMC/Guizhou Crystal Organic Chemical Co., Ltd.)

    SAKHALIN * Sakhalin LNG Project 2 Trains (Sakhalin Energy)IRAN*Ammonia/Urea Plant II (PIDMCO)SAUDI ARABIA* Ethylene Plant Debottlenecking (JUPC)QATAR* Qatargas 3&4 Train 6/7 (Qatargas 3&4)* RasGas (3) Train 6&7 (RasGas (3))* Qatargas II Train 4&5 (Qatargas II)* RasGas II Train-5 (RasGas II)

  • Reliability NO.1 as EPC Contractor- Continuing Improvements by Lessons-Learnt- Advanced Engineering IT System- Critical Design Review by Sophisticated Technical Analysis- Seamless Activities for Smooth Plant S/U and Operation- Continued R&D Activities and Licensing-In

  • i-PLANT21TMCONSTRUCTIONENGINEERINGi-FIELDConstruction Managementi-3DIntegrated 3D Plant Design (PDS 3D Model DB)i-ENGEngineering Databasei-FRONTFront End Engineeringi-PMSProject Managementi-DMSProject DocumentManagementi-MAT Material Management

  • Integrated 3D Plant DesignP&IDCUSTOMER & INTERNAL DESIGN REVIEWPDS 3D MODELPLOT PLANPROCESS REQUIREMENTOPERABILITYCONSTRUCTABILITYELECTRICAL DESIGNFURNACE DESIGNPROCESS DESIGNSTRUCTUREDESIGNEQUIPMENTDESIGNINSTRUMENT DESIGNQUALITY CONTROLCIVIL DESIGNPIPING DESIGNFIRE FIGHTINGMilestone ReviewItemized ReviewDaily ReviewClients RequirementsDesign Requirements

  • i-MAT : of MARIAN

  • Sophisticated Technical Analysis- Advanced Solution Technologies CFD Analysis (eq: Furnace Fire Box Analysis ) FEM Analysis (eq: Stress Analysis ) Acoustic Design Analysis- SHE Risk Assessment- Corrosion Monitoring & Material Evaluation - Dynamic Simulation- O&M Analysis

  • Scale-up EngineeringLNG Plant Capacity Trend

    Processwise

    Table Base Load LNG Plants constructed from 1964, May 31 2001

    LocationClientStart upNo. of TrainsLiquefactionContractorCapacity per TrainC3-MROptimized cascadePRICO

    ProcessMMTY

    Arzew GL4ZSonatrach19643CascadeTechnip / Pritchard0.4

    Algeria

    KenaiKenai LNG Corp.19692CascadeBechtel0.51

    USA

    Marsa El BregaSirte Oil Co.19702APCI-MCRBechtel / Snam1.3

    Libya

    Skikda GL1-KSonatrach19723TealarcTechnip1.03

    Algeria

    (Expansion)19811PRICOPritchard1.1

    19822PRICOPritchard1.2

    LumutBrunei LNG Ltd.19725APCI-MCRJGC /Procon1.15

    Brunei

    Das IslandADGAS1977Train 1&2APCI-MCRChiyoda / Bechtel1.23

    Abu Dhabi1994Third TrainAPCI-MCRChiyoda2.5

    BadakPertmina1977Train A&BAPCI-MCRBechtel2.08

    Indonesia

    1983Train C&DAPCI-MCRBechtel2.0

    1989Train EAPCI-MCRChiyoda2.3

    1993Train FAPCI-MCRChiyoda2.3

    1997Train GAPCI-MCRChiyoda2.6

    1999Train HAPCI-MCRKellogg2.7

    ArunPertamina

    Indonesia1978Train 1,2&3APCI-MCRBechtel1.76

    1984Train 4&5APCI-MCRChiyoda1.7

    1986Train 6APCI-MCRJGC1.7

    LocationClientStart upNo. of TrainsLiquefactionContractorCapacity per Train

    ProcessMMTY

    Bethioua GL1-ZSonatrach19786APCI-MCRBechtel1.46

    Algeria

    (Expansion GL2-Z)19816APCI-MCRKellogg1.46

    BinturuMalaysia LNG19833APCI-MCRJGC/Kellogg2.53

    Malaysia

    MLNG DuaMalaysia LNG Dua19953APCI-MCRJGC/Kellogg2.53

    Dampier, NW AustrariaAustralian NW Shelf JV19893APCI-MCRJGC/ Kellogg2.03

    (2003)1JGC/ Kellogg4.2

    Ras LaffanQATARGAS19972APCI-MCRChiyoda2.42

    Qatar

    19983rd TrainAPCI-MCRChiyoda2.41

    Al-GhalilahOman LNG20002APCI-MCRChiyoda /3.32

    OmanFoster Wheeler

    (2005)3.31

    Ras LaffanRASGAS19991APCI-MCRJGC/ Kellogg2.52

    Qatar200012.5

    Point FortinAtlantic LNG19991PhillipsBechtel31

    TrinidadCascade

    200213.21

    (2003)13.21

    (2005)15.21

    Bonny IslandBonny LNG19992APCI-MCRTechnip-Snam2.952

    NigeriaKellogg-JGC

    20021

    Bintulu, SarawakMalaysia LNG Tiga(2003)2APCI-MCRTechnip-Snam3.82

    MalaysiaKellogg-JGC

    Ras LaffanRASGAS(2004)1APCI-MCRChiyoda/SNAM4.71

    Qatar

    (2005)14.71

    Damietta, EgyptEgypt LNG(2004)1APCI-MCRKellogg-JGC5.01

    Iduk, EgyptEgypt LNG(2005)1PhillipsBechtel3.61

    Total5863

    Graph4

    0.4

    0.5

    1.3

    1

    1.1

    1.2

    1.1

    1.2

    2.5

    2

    2

    2.3

    2.3

    2.6

    2.7

    1.7

    1.7

    1.7

    1.4

    1.4

    2.5

    2.5

    2

    4.2

    2.4

    2.4

    3.3

    3.3

    3.3

    3.3

    3

    3.3

    3.3

    5.2

    2.95

    3

    3.8

    4.7

    4.7

    5

    3.6

    4.8

    4.8

    7.8

    7.8

    LNG Plant Start-up Year

    Train Size, MTA

    Sheet1

    Table Base Load LNG Plants constructed from 1964, May 31 2001

    LocationClientNo. of TrainsLiquefactionContractorStart upCapacity per Train

    ProcessMMTY

    Arzew GL4Z, AlgeriaSonatrach3CascadeTechnip / Pritchard19640.40

    Kenai, USAKenai LNG Corp.2CascadeBechtel19690.50

    Marsa El Brega, LibyaSirte Oil Co.2APCI-MCRBechtel / Snam19701.30

    Skikda GL1-K, AlgeriaSonatrach3TealarcTechnip19721.00

    (Expansion)1PRICOPritchard19811.10

    2PRICOPritchard19821.20

    Lumut, BruneiBrunei LNG Ltd.5APCI-MCRJGC /Procon19721.10

    Das IslandADGASTrain 1&2APCI-MCRChiyoda / Bechtel19771.20

    Abu DhabiThird TrainAPCI-MCRChiyoda19942.50

    Badak, InodonesiaPertminaTrain A&BAPCI-MCRBechtel19772.00

    Train C&DAPCI-MCRBechtel19832.00

    Train EAPCI-MCRChiyoda19892.30

    Train FAPCI-MCRChiyoda19932.30

    Train GAPCI-MCRChiyoda19972.60

    Train HAPCI-MCRKellogg19992.70

    Arun, IndonesiaPertminaTrain 1,2&3APCI-MCRBechtel19781.70

    Train 4&5APCI-MCRChiyoda19841.70

    Train 6APCI-MCRJGC19861.70

    Bethioua GL1-Z, AlgeriaSonatrach6APCI-MCRBechtel19781.40

    (Expansion GL2-Z)6APCI-MCRKellogg19811.40

    Bintulu, M

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