SOG Oil & Gas and Toyo Engineering Corporation are two companies focusing on the development of highly complicated projects. In 2012, the two companies conglomerated to create a company, Toyo Setal, to enhance their engineering and construction facilities in Brazil. Toyo Setal Empreendimentos Ltda and Estaleiros do Brasil Ltda were created both specializing in separate operations but with a similar objective. The company focuses on the development of complex terrestrial constructions while Estaleiros do Brasil works on the exploration, extraction, processing, and delivery of oil and gas to consumers.
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Toyo Setal is a top global company combining the fundamental knowledge and expertise to meet highly complex projects both locally and internationally. It operates in a broader range of sectors including oil and gas, fertilizer, steel, energy, chemical, and mining, among others. However, it primarily specializes in Engineering, Construction, and Commissioning, EPC. The company also provides work integration and specificity for significant constructions in industrial plants for the provision of all the services. Some of them include enterprise management, primary projects, the total cost of management, and conceptual designs.
On the other hand, it utilizes information technology to meet the national and international standards of satisfying their clients. Among them is the state-of-art-software, AVAVE PDMS and creation of an EPC portal for the benefit of smooth project designs. The portal ensures that the data generated is integrated across all disciplines to form a central unit essential for enterprise development. Technology has therefore improved the company’s innovations as there is a reduced workforce, effectiveness, increased productivity, and simplified on both predictability and reliability.
Since the creation of Toyo Setal, the company has conducted two significant projects; developing the Japan hydrogen production facility and a substation in Itaborai, Brazil. The company was selected to build and design the Japan hydrogen project at the Rio de Janeiro Petrochemical Complex along with the substation. The project was estimated to costs $313 million. The scope comprised of an executive project, civil works, pre-commissioning, and commissioning, among others. Petrochemical Complex specializes in heavy oil products, as such; the newly built facility will assist in the refinery and purification of oil before transportation.
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