Project for Improving Loading Process at Fuel Loading Terminal Petromidia – 2016 - ROMPETROL

The scope of the project is to 100% rise the loading capacity of the terminal. It consists in installing new pumps, changing the existing pumps motors, building new parking spaces and improve the access control of the road tankers in order to remove the waiting time.



Project for NOX Emissions Reduction in Cement Plant Fieni – 2014 – HeidelbergCement

The purpose of this project was to meet the actual European environment requirements regarding the NOX emissions in fuel gases.

Revamping and Raising Capacity of Crude Oil Separation for Park Vata 15BIS – 2015 – OMV-Petrom

This is one of our most important project. The oil separation plant Vata 15bis was entirely revamped without holding the production. The old plant was manually operated more, with a few old instruments. The new plant, resulted after revamping it, has a doubled oil fuel separation capacity, is fully automated and the operator has just a supervising role.

New Facilities for Diesel Loading at Railway Loading Ramp Line 18 – 2013 – ROMPETROL

The fuel rail loading ramp is one of the most significat refinery facilities. The rail tanks are loaded in maximum 10 minutes (60 mc) and the safety is essential. The project consists in the installation of a new loading articulated arm, new access facilities and a system of sighting the loading nozzle of the tank for loading arm control.

System for Angel Hair Removing at LDPE Silos – 2015 - ROMPETROL

The angel hair is a solid residue occurred in the air used for LDPE granules pneumatic transport. The project consists in a new plant for removing this residue before the air gets in the atmosphere.

Dust Removing System from Flue Gases in the Refinery Cracking Unit - 2014 - ROMPETROL

The project consists in the installation of an electrostatic precipitator for dust removing from fuel gases in order to meet the European rules referring dust content of the flue gases. The main difficulty of the project development was the small space available for new facilities and the requirement to work without stopping the cracking unit. At the end of the erection and commissioning works, the new plant operates at full capacity with a higher performance of dust removing than was at the beginning estimated.