Toyo Setal has spent the better part of the last seven years building up commercial sites throughout Brazil, making them a top contender for contracts. Now they’re working on a new project with Petrobas. The oil company announced their intention to build a hydrogen power plant new Rio de Janiero. Itaborai is where construction is going to take place. It’s a city of a couple hundred thousand in the south of Rio de Janiero. The runoff business is expected to follow along these two big companies coming to town, but how much will be spent there.
Toyo Setal talked about cost in their initial announcement. They believe that the entirety of the poject, meaning labor, materials, and the design work, will cost near a billion and a half. The cost is justified by their need for a specific design already established by COMPERJ, an existing petrochemical processing plant. Petrobas built COMPERJ in Itaborais to meet Brazil’s growing demand for petroleum in a Brazil that’s steadily expanding. To meet that demand, Petrobas also announced that oil refineries will be coming to the site to give Brazilians faster access to crude oil.
About Toyo Setal:
For the past seven years, Toyo Setal has been serving the numerous construction needs of the big business community in Brazil. Their engineers have made possible some of the most complex structures across the country to assist companies working in oil, steel, mining, infrastructure, and more. A portfolio of so many clients has kept them informed about needs across industries to remain relevand and reliable without sacrificing quality. To become the best construction company working for Brazil’s biggest companies, Toyo Setal has had to remain at the forefront of technology, using the latest hardware and mastering its many applications. This made them an easy fit at the AVEVA World Summit and the recipient of the “Innovations in Engineering Project Integration” award. It shows how committed they remain to using any tool available to best serve their clients. That requires more than skilled engineers but a surplus of specialists more than willing to work diligently to address any challenge a client may face. Learn More.