Amec Foster Wheeler wins study to revamp Enagás’s Gaviota underground storage facility
- Strategic infrastructure to support Spain’s natural gas market
- Study for facility to meet new European standards
Amec Foster Wheeler announces today that it has been engaged by Enagás Transporte SAU, an international leader in the development and maintenance of gas infrastructure and the operation and management of complex gas networks, to undertake a study to revamp its gas treatment facility, part of their Gaviota underground storage plant in northern Spain.
The Gaviota plant is part of Enagás’s strategic infrastructure, supporting Spain’s natural gas market. Amec Foster Wheeler will assess the current capacity of the facility to meet new European standards and any requirements for improvement.
The study, to be completed in 2016, follows multiple project deliveries by Amec Foster Wheeler for Enagás in both Spain and Mexico over the past 22 years.
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Enagás (www.enagas.es/portal/site/enagas) is an international leader in the development and maintenance of gas infrastructure and the operation and management of complex networks gas. It is certified as an independent TSO by the European Union and operates in eight countries.
In Spain, Enagás is the main transporter of natural gas and the Technical System Operator. It has about 11,000 km of pipelines, three underground storage facilities in Serrablo (Huesca), Gaviota (Vizcaya) and Yela (Guadalajara), and four regasification plants. Barcelona, Huelva, Cartagena and Gijón. In addition, it owns 50% of the regasification plant in Bilbao, 30% of Sagunto and 100% of Gascan, the company that developed the project for the construction of two regasification plants in the Canary Islands.
Enagas is listed on the Ibex 35 since its IPO in 2002.
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