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The world's largest compressor and generator modules built and delivered by PJOE

Publish time:2021-12-06 Number of clicks :978 颜色: 尺寸:



ARCTIC LNG2 is the second ARCTIC LNG production project. It is located in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Ob in northern Siberia, Russia. Three LNG production lines are constructed in the form of gravity structure (GBS) self-floating platform, each with an annual production capacity of 6.6 million tons.


PJOE contracted to build six compressor and generator modules on two GBS, weighing about 10,000 tons each, which are the most core and complex modules of the project. The main function of the compressor module is to compress and separate the mixed refrigerant, and the main function of the generator module is to provide the main power for all modules.


On December 18, 2019, the site construction of PJOE was officially launched. The construction of the project is extremely difficult and the schedule is tight. Thousands of builders from all over the world have been carrying on in the repeated fluctuations of the global epidemic. The organization of design, materials, personnel, resources and construction is full of twists and turns. Time pays off, and the original dream is approaching step by step.


The project has six core process modules with a total of 60,000 tons and 470,000 square feet of pipeline, including 14 sets of the world's largest turbine compressors and generators and large electrical room EPC, which is the heaviest and the most difficulty module contracted by PJOE. Since the commencement of the project, the COVID-19 epidemic has continued to spread around the world. Multiple adverse factors, such as detailed design delay and upgrade, material supply delay, manpower shortage and uncontrollable epidemic risk, have resulted in unprecedented complexity and difficulty in the construction of the project.