Wison Engineering Ltd.

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As one of the leading chemical EPC service providers in China, Wison Engineering is developing opportunities for the MTO technology, particularly in countries included in China's Belt and Road Initiative, covering the historic trading route that stretches from China, through central Asia to Western Europe. The agreement combines Honeywell UOP's advanced process technologies with Wison's strong EPC service capability, allowing them to help customers further improve olefin production capacity while reducing energy consumption and production costs. "The Belt and Road initiative promises to raise the level of connectivity, cooperation and trade between dozens of nations that have traded with China for thousands of years," said Rebecca Liebert, president and CEO of Honeywell UOP. "Honeywell is working with China's leading enterprises to bring economic development to these countries through its broad clean energy and chemicals technologies." "We are excited to work with Honeywell UOP to bring the Advanced MTO technology to customers in countries that traditionally have traded with China for centuries," said Li Yansheng, Chief Engineer of Wison Engineering. "MTO is an innovative technology that enables coal- and gas-rich regions in Russia, Central Asia, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and as far as Europe and Africa, to make plastics from their own coal and natural gas. "We have a long history of cooperation with Honeywell and the close cooperation between Wison Engineering and Honeywell UOP on overseas offerings is an important milestone," he added. "Together we can provide our customers with the best-in-class MTO technologies and project counsel." Ethylene and propylene, the two most widely used components to make plastics in the world, have been traditionally derived from crude oil. Global demand for ethylene and propylene is growing 4 to 5 percent per year, with growth driven by strong demand for plastics and other chemicals. MTO technology allows countries and regions that are rich in coal or natural gas to cost-effectively and efficiently convert these resources into valuable petrochemicals with high yield, at the lowest cost of production and lowest catalyst consumption. Since 2011, Honeywell UOP has announced nine licenses for MTO technology in China. Wison was the first manufacturer that licensed Honeywell UOP Advanced MTO technology, and it has been the EPC for seven of the UOP Advanced MTO units in China, and the licensor for the olefins recovery section of these MTO units. Honeywell UOP's Advanced MTO process converts methanol from coal and natural gas into ethylene and propylene. At the heart of the technology are UOP's proprietary catalysts, which make it possible to efficiently adjust the ratio of propylene and ethylene produced, so operators can most effectively meet demand for those products. In addition, the Advanced MTO process offers the lowest operating cost, quick and efficient start-up and operational reliability. Wison Engineering Limited is a member of the Wison Group. The company stands as one of leading chemical engineering, procurement and construction management (EPC) service providers in China. From project consultation and planning to the design, procurement and construction phases, as well as the start-up and operational services, Wison Engineering provides comprehensive solutions for domestic and foreign clients. Honeywell UOP (www.uop.com) is a leading international supplier and licensor of process technology, catalysts, adsorbents, equipment, and consulting services to the petroleum refining, petrochemical, and gas processing industries. Honeywell UOP is part of Honeywell's Performance Materials and Technologies strategic business group, which also includes Honeywell Process Solutions (www.honeywellprocess.com), a pioneer in automation control, instrumentation and services for the oil and gas, refining, petrochemical, chemical and other industries. Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 software-industrial company that delivers industry specific solutions that include aerospace and automotive products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes, and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help everything from aircraft, cars, homes and buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains, and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer, and more sustainable. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/wison-engineering-to-collaborate-with-honeywell-uop-on-international-methanol-to-olefins-projects-300463375.html


SHANGHAI, May 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Wison Engineering Services Co. Ltd. ("Wison Engineering", or the "Company", SEHK stock code: 2236), announced today that its non-wholly owned affiliated company, Wison Engineering Ltd. ("Wison Engineering"), has signed a collaboration agreement on international methanol to olefins (MTO) projects with Honeywell (NYSE: HON) UOP to jointly provide MTO technologies and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for customers outside of China. The agreement combines Wison's own proprietary olefin separation technology and strong  EPC service capability with Honeywell UOP's advanced process technologies, allowing both parties to help overseas customers further improve olefin production capacity while reducing energy consumption and production costs. Leveraging on its engineering expertise, Wison Engineering has successfully developed its own proprietary olefin separation technology which encompasses a core technology of "pre-cutting + oil absorption". This technology has been applied to the coal to olefin plants in ten projects of various scales in China and four of them have successfully commenced operation.  The technology achieved the highest recovery rate in commercialized use in 2016, reaching top standards in the industry globally. As one of the leading chemical EPC service providers in China, Wison Engineering is developing opportunities for the MTO technology, particularly in countries included in China's Belt and Road Initiative, covering the historic trading route that stretches from China, through central Asia to Western Europe. "The Belt and Road initiative promises to raise the level of connectivity, cooperation and trade between dozens of nations that have traded with China for thousands of years," said Rebecca Liebert, president and CEO of Honeywell UOP. "Honeywell is working with China's leading enterprises to bring economic development to these countries through its broad clean energy and chemicals technologies." "We are glad to work with Honeywell UOP to bring the Advanced MTO technology of both parties to customers in countries that traditionally have traded with China for centuries," said Li Yansheng, Chief Engineer of Wison Engineering. "MTO is an innovative technology that enables coal- and gas-rich regions in Russia, Central Asia, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and as far as Europe and Africa, to make plastics from their own coal and natural gas." Wison Engineering ("the Company", SEHK Stock Code: 2236) is one of the leading chemical engineering, procurement and construction ("EPC") management service providers in China. The Company specializes in serving the energy sectors including petrochemicals, coal chemicals, oil refining and fine chemicals. From technology licensing, project planning and consultation to PDP, FEED, engineering design, procurement and construction management, as well as start-up and operational services, the Company provides diversified services and one-stop solutions to clients worldwide.


SHANGHAI, May 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Wison Engineering Services Co. Ltd. ("Wison Engineering", or the "Company", SEHK stock code: 2236), announced today that its non-wholly owned affiliated company, Wison Engineering Ltd. ("Wison Engineering"), has signed a collaboration agreement on international methanol to olefins (MTO) projects with Honeywell (NYSE: HON) UOP to jointly provide MTO technologies and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for customers outside of China. The agreement combines Wison's own proprietary olefin separation technology and strong EPC service capability with Honeywell UOP's advanced process technologies, allowing both parties to help overseas customers further improve olefin production capacity while reducing energy consumption and production costs. Leveraging on its engineering expertise, Wison Engineering has successfully developed its own proprietary olefin separation technology which encompasses a core technology of "pre-cutting + oil absorption". This technology has been applied to the coal to olefin plants in ten projects of various scales in China and four of them have successfully commenced operation. The technology achieved the highest recovery rate in commercialized use in 2016, reaching top standards in the industry globally. As one of the leading chemical EPC service providers in China, Wison Engineering is developing opportunities for the MTO technology, particularly in countries included in China's Belt and Road Initiative, covering the historic trading route that stretches from China, through central Asia to Western Europe. "The Belt and Road initiative promises to raise the level of connectivity, cooperation and trade between dozens of nations that have traded with China for thousands of years," said Rebecca Liebert, president and CEO of Honeywell UOP. "Honeywell is working with China's leading enterprises to bring economic development to these countries through its broad clean energy and chemicals technologies." "We are glad to work with Honeywell UOP to bring the Advanced MTO technology of both parties to customers in countries that traditionally have traded with China for centuries," said Li Yansheng, Chief Engineer of Wison Engineering. "MTO is an innovative technology that enables coal- and gas-rich regions in Russia, Central Asia, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and as far as Europe and Africa, to make plastics from their own coal and natural gas." Wison Engineering ("the Company", SEHK Stock Code: 2236) is one of the leading chemical engineering, procurement and construction ("EPC") management service providers in China. The Company specializes in serving the energy sectors including petrochemicals, coal chemicals, oil refining and fine chemicals. From technology licensing, project planning and consultation to PDP, FEED, engineering design, procurement and construction management, as well as start-up and operational services, the Company provides diversified services and one-stop solutions to clients worldwide.


News Article | December 20, 2016
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

SHANGHAI, Dec. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Wison Engineering Services Co. Ltd. ("Wison Engineering, or "the Company", SEHK Stock Code: 2236), one of the leading chemical engineering, procurement and construction ("EPC") management service providers in China, announced today that its non-wholly owned affiliated company, Wison Engineering Ltd., has been awarded an EPC contract for a new liquefied natural gas ("LNG") project (the PROJECT) by Astana Trans Oil LLP ("Astana Trans Oil"), which is the first LNG facility in Kazakhstan. Wison Engineering will be responsible for the turn-key services from FEED, basic and detailed engineering, procurement, construction, to commissioning, start-up, and operators training. The PROJECT is scheduled to be delivered at the end of 2018. The PROJECT is located in Zhambyl, Kazakhstan, which is one of the Sino-Kazakhstan production capacity cooperation projects. The PROJECT is of great significance to the promotion of Sino-Kazakhstan relations under "the Belt and Road" policy, enrichment of "the Silk Road Economic Belt" development as well as execution of the "Bright Path" new economic policy by the government of Republic of Kazakhstan. As one of the most competitive companies in the field of cargo transportation in Kazakhstan, Astana Trans Oil LLP has begun preparations for the first domestic LNG facility since 2014. Upon completion of the PROJECT, the local cargo transportation cost will be significantly reduced and the shortage of natural gas supply in North Kazakhstan will be effectively alleviated as well. Adhering to internationalization strategy, Wison Engineering has been actively seeking business opportunities in countries under "the Belt and Road" policy in terms of energy development. The Company has established a management system and execution team to cater to its international business operations in combination with a global procurement and construction resources network. Currently, execution of several major EPC projects in the Middle East and South America is in progress. Wison Engineering ("the Company", SEHK Stock Code: 2236) is one of the leading chemical engineering, procurement and construction ("EPC") management service providers in China. The Company specializes in serving the energy sectors including petrochemicals, coal chemicals, oil refining and fine chemicals. From technology licensing, project planning and consultation to PDP, FEED, engineering design, procurement and construction management, as well as start-up and operational services, the Company provides diversified services and one-stop solutions to clients worldwide.


Shen J.,Wison Engineering Co.
Petrochemical Equipment | Year: 2012

Over the past few decades, Allowable Stress Design (ASD) method was often used for pressure vessel design. In 2007, ASME VIII-2 Alternative Rules, Rules for Construction of Pressare Vessels provided Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) method as an alternative. The fundamental concept and theory background of LRFD method were introduced, including differences between ASD and LRFD method. Finally, development trends of ASD and LRFD method were discussed.


Shen J.,Wison Engineering Co.
Petrochemical Equipment | Year: 2014

A new fatigue evaluation method based on structural stress was provided by ASME VIII-2 (2007 Edition). It has been proved that this method was mesh-insensitive and especially fit for fatigue life evaluation of weld toe of weldments. From the definition of structural stress, this paper deduced calculation procedure of structural stress, presented the origin of formulas in the code and pointed out the theoretical foundation of mesh-insensitivity.


Xu W.-W.,Wison Engineering Ltd
Xiandai Huagong/Modern Chemical Industry | Year: 2016

The process of the propylene refrigeration system for MTO device is introduced. The design of the key equipment, including propylene refrigeration compressor, refrigerant tank and suction tanks for propylene is also described. The design differences between different drive types of compressor process system are compared. The start and shutdown procedures of the compressor are analyzed. A type of centrifugal compressor is chosen as propylene refrigeration compressor. Its working principle, reason and influence factors causing surge are discussed. The countermeasures for anti-surge are also proposed. © 2016, China National Chemical Information Center. All right reserved.


Shen J.,Wison Engineering Co.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Pressure Vessels and Piping Division (Publication) PVP | Year: 2014

Coal gasification is a key technology for clean coal conversion with high efficiency. During the past decade, more than twenty Shell Key Gasification Equipments (SKGE) used in the Shell Coal Gasification Process (SCGP) have been built in coal-to-chemicals industry in China. SKGE comprise the Gasifier and Syngas cooler connected by Transfer duct. The support skirt of the Gasifier base was fixed, while the Syngas cooler side was supported by a constant hanger (floating support). Therefore the design by rule is not applicable to the strength calculation of pressure vessels of the system. In this paper, a FE model of global analysis of the largest SKGE system in China to date was established which considered thirteen loads and twenty-four load combinations. In this model, FEA software ANSYS was used to calculate the global dynamic effect of this 2000-ton system. The whole structural deformation and stress distribution, force and moment on several specified cross sections of SKGE under different load combinations are also determined within this model, which is the prerequisite and foundation for accurate calculation of each key part (e.g. connection between Transfer duct and Gas reversal chamber), and essential safety of SKGE system. Copyright © 2014 by ASME.


Shen J.,Wison Engineering Co.
Petrochemical Equipment | Year: 2010

Risk evaluation for III-type pressure vessel is an important component of the design method based on failure mode. Identification, analysis and control of the typical risks for coalchemical shift furnace during the design, manufacture and use were discussed. Effective measures are given at the as well.


Patent
Wison Engineering Ltd. | Date: 2015-12-02

An ethylene cracking furnace mainly comprising: a radiant section (1), a convection section (2), and TLEs (Transfer Line Exchangers) (8), wherein said radiant section (1) is provided with at least one firebox (3) with its bottom provided with a plurality of burners (9), said plurality of burners (9) comprises a first, a second, a third and a fourth rows of burners arranged in sequence and parallel with each other; said firebox (3) is provided with a first group of radiant coils and a second group of radiant coils, both said first group of radiant coils and said second group of radiant coils are arranged in two rows, such that said firebox (3) is provided with four rows of radiant tubes in total. The present invention realizes large scale cracking furnaces which take up less space and require less investment as compared with other cracking furnaces having the same dimension. Respective embodiments provided in the present invention further provide more beneficial technical effect.

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