Photo Release: PTT Samsung Signed for Wangnoi Compressor Station Project Contract

Energy Press Releases Thursday February 23, 2017 15:32
Bangkok--23 Feb--PTT

22nd Feb 2017, PTT Public Co., Ltd., led by Mr.Tevin Vongvanich, President and CEO (standing 6th left), has signed contract for Wangnoi Compressor Station with the Consortium of Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd. by Mr. Choong Heum Park, President and CEO (standing 5th right), and Samsung Engineering (Thailand) Co., Ltd. by Mr.Sang Wook Lee, Managing Director (standing 3rd left), under the Integrity Pact agreements signed in 2016. The result of this project is to increase the Capacity of Ratchaburi – Wangnoi Pipeline up to 800 Million cubic feet per day and to support North and South Bangkok Power Plants.


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