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Sinomach ramps up business abroad



Sinomach has been mobilizing its subsidiaries to give full play to their resource advantages in an effort to ensure the smooth construction of projects in the countries and regions involved in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

Continued foreign and domestic investment in infrastructure will be key elements in supporting economic growth in many developing economies, especially those participating in the BRI, and will create better conditions to stimulate trade and people-to-people exchanges in these BRI-related markets.

Lanpec equipment on standby for renovation of a natural gas processing facility in Tanzania

A three-phase separator, which was designed and produced by Sinomach subsidiary Shanghai Lanbin Petrochemical Equipment Co Ltd (Lanpec) for renovation and upgrading project of a natural gas processing facility in Tanzania, was recently delivered to the owner. The company has now completed the delivery of all equipment ordered by the project, along with most of the supplies.

The three-phase separator is a type of vessel used to separate the downstream oil, gas and water at the wellhead.

Two cranes transfer the three-phase separator provided by Sinomach Lanpec [Photo/CAMCE]

The natural gas plant is located on Songo Songo Island, off the coast of Southern Tanzania. It has been in service since 2009. With increasing demand for gas for power generation, the natural gas resources are running out, and the compressors must be urgently added to the plant for pressurized mining.

Lanpec has supplied three phase separators, a filter separator, gas engines and air blowers, 24 buffer tanks and separators for three sets of compressors, as well as steel work, pipeline materials and other major equipment.

After completion, the plant's natural gas production will stabilize at 1.05 million cubic feet (29,732.64 cubic meters) per day to ensure that downstream natural gas power plants are capable of generating enough electricity for Dar es Salaam.

The project is expected to be concluded by the end of this year.

Cambodian Tatay Hydropower Project more than meets power generation target for 7 years

The Cambodian Tatay Hydropower Project, undertaken by Sinomach subsidiary China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC), had generated 850 million kilowatt-hours of electricity this year, exceeding the project's designed average annual generating capacity 99 days ahead of schedule.

As a pillar of the state grid of Cambodia, the hydropower station has more than met its annual power generation task for seven years.

Workers inspect the Cambodian Tatay Hydropower Project, a major project of Sinomach in the Cambodian market. [Photo/Sinomach-HE]

In 2021, the hydropower station is expected to eliminate a total of 390,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions compared with thermal power. Since the project was put into service, it has reduced carbon dioxide emissions by 3.93 million tons, achieving significant environmental and social benefits and playing an important role in the economic development and improvement of people's livelihoods in Cambodia.

China Pavilion highlight of Dubai Expo with future-shaping technologies

The lantern-shaped China Pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai recently opened to visitors from all over the world. China IPPR International Engineering Co Ltd (IPPR), a subsidiary of Sinomach, was a partner in the project design.

Photo shows the opening ceremony of the China Pavilion of Expo 2020 Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. Covering an area of 4,636 square meters, the China Pavilion is one of the largest at the expo. Featuring a lantern-shaped design, the pavilion is called "The Light of China", symbolizing hope and a bright future. [Photo/CPMIC]

Covering an area of 4,636 square meters, the China Pavilion was inspired by the traditional Chinese lantern, symbolizing hope, light and gathering.

In contrast to the appearance of the pavilion which was designed to reflect culture and traditions, the exhibits inside focus on innovation and technology and shed light on a rapidly developing China.

Under the banner of "Build a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind -- Innovation & Opportunity," the China Pavilion gives center stage to the country's latest achievements in such fields as space exploration, information technology, and artificial intelligence, and offers a futuristic vision for the better life of human beings.

The domestically developed technology in China has not only served the Chinese people but has also been applied in such areas as land mapping, precision agriculture and smart ports in such regions as Southeast Asia, South Asia, West Asia, Eastern Europe, and Africa.

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