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2013

January
• Wison Engineering was first contracted to design an oil storage facility on a floating island The island was located near the Zhoushan Port in Ningbo, China. The project was China’s first oil storage facility to be located on a floating island and became the first privately funded crude oil storage & transportation project.

February
• Wison Offshore & Marine Ltd. signed an agreement with EDF Trading and Exmar NV to support collective endeavors in pursuit of LNG export opportunities to North America. The projects utilized offshore barge-mounted natural gas liquefaction facilities developed by Exmar, Wison and Black & Veatch.

March
• Wison Engineering successfully completed six integrated refinery and petrochemical facility projects. These were Wison Engineering’s first large-scale refinery and petrochemical undertakings.

May
• Wison Offshore & Marine Ltd. was awarded a contract to supply key modularized components for a major refinery project in Venezuela. The contract marked a significant breakthrough for Wison Offshore & Marine’s entry into the onshore module fabrication sector.

• Wison Engineering became listed in the MSCI China indices.

• Wison Engineering signed a cooperation agreement with a subsidiary in Foster Wheeler’s Global Engineering and Construction Group and Clariant International AG to build a pilot plant demonstrating Foster Wheeler’s VESTA substitute natural gas (SNG) technology.

June
• Wison Engineering and Tianjin University co-established “Tianjin University – Wison Research & Development Center for Energy and Chemical Technologies.”

July
• Wison Offshore & Marine was awarded a contract from China Oilfield Services Limited (COSL) to supply a modular drilling rig for platform use in the Mexican sector of the Gulf of Mexico. It was operated by Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX).

September
• Wison Engineering won a contract to design the first residue hydrocracking plant in China.

• Wison Engineering successfully commercialized its designed methanol-to-olefins (MTO) plant.

October
• Wison Engineering was awarded a procurement and construction contract by PDVSA Petroleo, S.A. (“PDVSA”) for the site preparation for the Puerto la Cruz oil refinery Deep Conversion Project in Venezuela. The total contract value amounted to approximately $834million. At the time, it was the largest oil refinery PC project in Latin America undertaken by a Chinese enterprise.

•Wison Offshore & Marine launched Zhoushan fabrication yard with Venezuela's RPLC Refinery Project.

• Chief Scientist of Wison Engineering was awarded the title of “Engineering Survey and Design Master of the Petroleum & Chemical Industry.”

November
• Wison-Shell Hybrid Gasification technology successfully entered its demonstration phase.