Enagas awards Foster Wheeler an LNG terminal expansion contract in Spain

By OGJ editors

HOUSTON, Aug. 4 -- Enagas SA, a Spanish natural gas supplier, awarded Foster Wheeler Ltd. subsidiary Foster Wheeler Iberia SA a contract for an LNG terminal expansion in Cartagena, Spain. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Following Foster Wheeler Iberia's expansion design, the company will manage the engineering and construction, slated for completion by yearend 2006.

The Cartagena terminal capacity will increase to 1.2 million cu m/hr of gas from 900,000 cu m/hr, and the expansion project includes the installation of new vaporization lines, sendout pumps, a water system, and a measuring station.

Foster Wheeler now has projects in three Enagas LNG terminals and also is collaborating with two other Spanish gas companies in Spain and Egypt.

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