vergaengineering
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fired heaters for oil&gas
vergaengineering

about us

Founded in 1972, Vergaengineering SpA is a leading Italian company specialized in the supply of Fired Heaters for the oil&gas. In its range of products, crude heaters, charge heaters, platforming, topping, vacuum, visbreaker, regeneration gas, etc. Moreover, Waste Heat Recovery Units are also part of Vergaengineering range of products. Among its clients, all major world-wide Main Contractors and End Users, including Exxon Mobil, Total, Shell, Technip, Lukoil, Bechtel, Fluor Daniel, Jacobs, Saipem, etc. Vergaengineering is a member of API (American Petroleum Institute).

news
September 2016

Vergaengineering has been awarded for the supply of 3 Regeneration Gas Fired Heaters for the new on-shore facilities that will serve the exploitation of the “supergiant” Zohr gas field, located off the Egyptian coast in the Mediterranean sea. The scope also includes the supply of the control system, fuel piping and instrumentation. Vergaengineering proprietary software VEDYNSIM®2015, internally developed to simulate the dynamic response of a Fired Heater to cyclic operation, has been specifically used for the project.
August 2016

Vergaengineering announces the recent signing of a contract with a large Refinery in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The contract covers 3 projects related to next year general turn around and overall modernization program of the Refinery. The projects are related to a major revamping of two existing heaters, a Visbreaker and Vacuum Distillation Unit heater. Vergaengineering scope of work foresees site works, including dismantling of old units and installation of new equipment. For the same Refinery, Vergaengineering already supplied three different furnaces in the recent years.
July 2016

Vergaengineering has organized an internal course on the following topic: the requirements of the new SOLAS (Safety Of Life At Sea), requesting that the Verified Gross Mass (VGM) of each container shall be declared before it is loaded on board the ship. Over the past decades, one of the key contributing factors to marine casualties and incidents was determined by the wrongly declared container mass, especially in consideration of the rapid increase in ships size.