Corinth Pipeworks has been awarded a contract by Snam to fabricate and provide roughly 13 km of longitudinally submerged arc-welded metal pipes (LSAW) for the event of an offshore and onshore pure fuel pipeline for the FSRU. The contract is valued at over €10 million.
The greenfield FSRU-based LNG terminal challenge within the port of Ravenna is a strategic challenge to assist guaranteeing Italy’s power wants, growing safety of provide and diversification. Moreover, the challenge will present crucial infrastructure, with a capability of 170 000 m3 and a nominal throughput of 5 billion m3/y of pure fuel.
The 26-inch pipeline can be licensed to move as much as 100% hydrogen. Corinth Pipeworks is utilising cutting-edge know-how and infrastructure, offering options for hydrogen certification of latest pipelines. As such, metal pipes produced at present and put in within the present fuel community shall cowl the power mixture of tomorrow.
Metal pipes can be manufactured at Corinth Pipeworks’ services and can embrace inner and three-layer polypropylene, exterior coating, in addition to concrete weight coating (CWC), utilized on the similar location as pipe manufacturing at Thisvi, Greece.
This award to Corinth Pipeworks is the most recent from Snam, with the help of its Italian enterprise associate PIPEX, and builds on the corporate’s profitable long-term relationship and a succession of earlier pipeline developments.
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