The C-10 Project in Cartagena has been the largest industrial investment performed by Repsol in Spain, placing Cartagena among the most important refineries worldwide in production technology, securing more than 1,600 jobs in the refinery.

The new Cartagena industrial complex, which opened on April 18th 2012, is a world benchmark in environmental sustainability. Together with a new cogeneration plant, the complex consists of waste water treatment plants, sulphur, hydrocracker, hydrogen, topping, Merox, gascon, HDS, amines and sour water units, which comfortably exceeds the most restrictive environmental standards. Moreover, the best engineering companies in the world executed the project, including Técnicas Reunidas, Fluor, Initec, and others.

Grupo Cuñado has played a key role in the Cartagena refinery expansion, supplying full piping packages ON-SITE and OFF-SITE (pipes, valves and fittings) and the necessary interconnections for the project, earning the client’s complete satisfaction. In all, Grupo Cuñado supplied more than 23,000 tons of pipe and valves under its Integral Supply System, with 7,000 m2 (75,000 ft2 ) indoor warehouse space and 30,000 m2 (323,000 ft2 ) of outdoor storage area.

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