Wabag secures order in Malaysia for Petronas Refinery and Petrochemical Corporation

Indian pure-play water technology Multinational group, Va Tech


on Monday announced that it had secured an order worth $11.45 million from Dialog E&C Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia towards establishing a new Effluent Treatment Plant (‘ETP’) for Pengerang Integrated Complex in Johor, Malaysia.

The company said it will be constructed for PRPC Utilities and Facilities Sdn Bhd (‘PRPC UF’), a subsidiary of Petronas Refinery & Petrochemical Corporation (PRPC).

“This order was secured based on our technological pre-qualifications with PETRONAS. This order further consolidates our position as a pure-play water technology player in the Oil & Gas segment and in South East Asian market,” S Natrajan, S&M Head – India Cluster – Va Tech Wabag said in a statement.

Wabag shall be the technology vendor and provide design, engineering, procurement and supervision activities for the proposed ETP. Wabag shall design the ETP comprising of two-stage biological treatment, advance oxidation process, ammonia stripper and drier facility for sludge treatment. Wabag was amongst the few technology partners approved by PRPC for this project, based on its global reference in the oil and gas segment.

Wabag has previously executed a $200 million state-of-the-art integrated ETP for Pengerang Integrated Complex which ensures reduction of contaminants below regulatory discharge requirements.