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2012

Wesfarmers, EVOL LNG Road tankers

 Wesfarmers Road TrainWesfarmers Road TrainCryeng Group has successfully completed the design and manufacture of a number of LNG road tankers for Wesfarmers, EVOL to transport LNG up and down the West Australian coast. The tankers were locally designed to maximise LNG payload within the pocket road train configuration weight and dimensional limitations.

 

The Cryeng Group tankers utilised a ground breaking form of insulation material offering extended holding times and less maintenance than existing forms of insulation. This was significantly important to our customer looking for long hold times during empty return runs to ensure that the tanker did not vent unwanted flammable gasses to the environment during operation. Ongoing operation has proved this new form of insulation to be extremely effective.

 

Cryeng offer a range of custom designed trailers to suit each individual customers requirements. Using 3D Modelling and the latest finite element analysis (FEA) packages we offer an optimised solution, minimising trailer weight to maximise the allowable payload, whilst still offering a rugged low maintenance design. Cryeng pride itself of offering a package containing the best quality components designed to work together to provide a safe, ergonomic and easy to use tanker package.

 

Please contact us for any further information on your road tanker enquiries.

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QCLNG VIP - Project Completion

QCLNG Project CompletionQCLNG Project Completion

Cryeng Group have successfully completed the QCLNG Vacuum Insulated Pipe (VIP) project consisting of 4km of VIP ranging in size from 150NB to 1350NB and were manufactured for the LNG facility on Curtis Island, off the coast of Gladstone. Cryeng Group were awarded the contract to design and manufacture the VIP by EPC contractor Bechtel Oil, Gas & Chemicals Inc. 

Cryeng Group specialise in Engineering, Procurement and Construction Projects for Cryogenics and Oil & Gas Customers. Cryeng Group’s highly experienced project managers, engineers and quality control team guided the projects to successful delivery. The team held regular progress meetings, submitted the required documentation and inspected and tested the fabrication of the spools to ensure they were built to the highest possible standard. The VIP was fabricated on schedule in the Cryeng Thailand facility meeting the Client’s stringent manufacturing procedures, testing procedures and documentation standards to ensure Code compliance


Cryeng Group also successfully designed and manufactured 4 x 275kL Vacuum Insulated Ethylene Storage Drums for the QCLNG Project that were fabricated in Ipswich, Australia by our sister company Maxcon Industries, in 2013. The ethylene drums were designed and manufactured in accordance with Bechtel approved procedures and delivered to the Curtis Island site.


For further information on the QCLNG project please refer to:

http://www.qgc.com.au/