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Canada,Japan : TOYO ENGINEERING inks EPC contract with JACOS.

Through its Canadian subsidiary TOYO Engineering Canada Ltd., TOYO Engineering Corporation (TOYO), has signed an Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) contract with Japan Canada Oil Sands Limited (JACOS) for a 20,000 bbl/day Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) production processing facility in the Hangingstone area, near Fort McMurray, Alberta.

The JACOS Hangingstone Project features a central processing facility, utilities and infrastructure.

TOYO will carry out the detailed engineering, procurement and the construction with completion targeted 2.5 years.

Taro Takahashi, President TOYO Engineering Canada Ltd. said, We are very pleased to be working with JACOS on such an important project in the Alberta oil sands.

The delivery of the construction phase will serve as a major factor towards success of the project.

This is an exciting time for TOYO, said Al Wahlstrom, VP Major Capital Project Toyo Engineering Canada Ltd.

The Hangingstone Expansion Project will be a significant EPC project for us in the oil sands and we look forward to building an integrated delivery team with our contractors and our client project team acting in concert to deliver success for JACOS and us all.

Contract s construction scope would be carried out by a strong and dynamic team from TOYO, JV Driver, and key equipment manufacturers leveraging off each companies' experience and expertise.

Japan-based, full-service EPCM company, TOYO Engineering Corporation specializes in the global execution of oil and gas, petrochemical, infrastructure, and pharmaceutical projects.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of TOYO Engineering Corporation, TOYO Engineering Canada Ltd is a Calgary-based, full-service EPCM company.

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Date:Oct 18, 2013
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