(EnergyAsia, March 28 2013, Thursday) — China’s Wison Engineering Services Co Ltd said subsidiary Wison Engineering Ltd has safely and successfully completed scheduled work on six projects at PetroChina’s integrated refinery and petrochemical complex in Sichuan province.

China’s largest privately owned chemical engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contractor said it built the project’s integrated paraxylene-aromatic unit, the integrated sulphur recovery unit, the waxoil hydrocracking plant, the linear low-density polyethylene plant and the ethylene cracking furnace and pipe-racks, in addition to auxiliary units.

This was Wison’s first major project on a large integrated refinery and petrochemical complex. In completing the work successfully within the three-year schedule, the Hong Kong-listed company said it has proved its capability and technical strengths as a general contractor for complicated facilities that will enable it to undertake other petrochemical and refinery projects.

Zhou Hongliang, Wison Engineering’s senior vice president, said:

“Wison Engineering is honoured to participate in PetroChina Sichuan Integrated Petrochemical and Refinery Complex, China’s largest one-off investment project of its kind. The project marked an important milestone in our business development as we enhanced our capabilities and project management skills throughout the project while also cultivating practical experience in project execution in the petrochemical and oil refinery industry.”