Daewoo E&C installs cryogenic heat exchanger at Nigeria

Daewoo Engineering & Construction (Daewoo E&C), a prominent Korean construction company, has completed the installation of a cutting-edge cryogenic heat exchanger facility at the Nigeria NLNG Train 7 project, valued at $1.58 billion.

This newly installed technology plays a vital role in the liquefaction process of natural gas, facilitating its preparation for refining and eventual transportation.

Utilizing Air Products’ AP-C3MR process, the facility boasts the largest cryogenic heat exchanger of its kind, a technology also employed in the operation of 14 existing LNG trains in Ras Laffan, Qatar.

The NLNG project, initially comprising six trains, currently produces 22.5 million metric tonnes of LNG annually, contributing approximately 10% to the global LNG consumption. With the addition of the seventh train, production aims to increase to 30 million metric tonnes per year.

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