ECG, Equatorial Guinea
ECG has been set up to provide fabrication services to the growing petrochemical industry in West Africa. ECG is located in Punta Europa, Malabo, Guinea and encompasses a total area of 400 acres including an assembling area of 150,000 m2 and 1,500 m2 workshops.
The Fabrication Yard is equipped with off-loading and load-out jetty enabling the import of raw materials and equipment and exporting finished steel structures. Completely self-supporting with onsite power generation, water and sewage treatment plant, living accommodation, restaurant, recreational facilities and fully staffed and equipped clinic. Capability includes fabrication of jackets, decks, bridges, flares, manifolds, PLET’s and PLEM’s, pipe racks, piping spools, buildings, steel structures, tanks and modules. Capable of producing, pipe and structural steel fabrication under strict compliance with ISO 9001, AWS, AISC, BS, DIN or any code as specified by contract conditions. EGC has a fully integrated Health, Safety, Environmental Management System that is certified for ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
CCC and Yanda have formed a strategic alliance in 2016 to provide our clients with engineering, fabrication & construction of modules, skids, cryogenic cold boxes, columns, vessels for the oil & gas, petrochemical and power industries.
The advantages of this alliance include:
- Global Reach
- Top Quality Products
- Timely Delivery
- Engineered Technical Solutions
- Experience with Major Oil Companies
- Competitive Fabrication Solutions
- Advanced Control Tools
- On-line Monitoring Tools
- Large Sea Front
- Competitive Procurement
- Access to Chinese Financing
Yanda has state of the art fabrication facilities spread over an area exceeding 1.9 million m2 with more than 180,000 m2 of covered workshops capable of fabricating 240,000 MT/year of modules/skids, cryogenic cold boxes, pressure vessels and structural steel and 3.2 million inch‐dia/year of pipe spools. Yanda has its own port facility (360m by 12.7m) comprising of two terminals (20,000 MT and 50,000 MT) with a maximum load‐out weight of 20,000 tonnes/piece of equipment.