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Vamtec Vitoria secures debt portion of USD 460m Brazilian biodiesel project; Chinese EPC arranging supplier funding
Vamtec Vitoria SA is in the process of selecting a Chinese EPC firm which will take on most of the financing required to build a USD 460m biodiesel project in Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul state. The company’s Head of M&A, Yuri Varella, said ...
Latin America, Argentina
North Asia, China
$ 11m
CNOOC likely to select Caterpillar or MAN's gas compressors for W12-1 refinery adaptation project
The Zhanjiang Branch of China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) is in the market for centrifugal natural gas compressors which are likely to be supplied by either Caterpillar Inc or MAN Diesel & Turbo, according to the designated ...
China, Guangdong
Germany, Bavaria
USA, Connecticut (CT)
$ 310m
Boerger eyes pump supplier role for BMC's USD 310m water reuse facility
Boerger Pumps Asia Private Limited, a subsidiary of Boerger GmbH, is gearing up to sell equipment to a planned wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) project in Mumbai, India. The company expects to garner a sizeable order from the EPC firm that will ...
India, Maharashtra
Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
USA, Kansas (KS)
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