Between 1998 and 2001, Vepica executed the engineering, procurement and construction of a heavy oil upgrader for the Operadora Cerro Negro, located at the José Antonio Anzoátegui Petrochemical Complex in Venezuela.
In celebration of Electrical Engineering and Technology Week organized by the student body of Simon Bolivar University (USB), Vepica took part in the activities that are taking place from May 14 to 18 on the university’s campus.
In the basic engineering phase, Vepica’s engineers establish the equipment that will be required for the installation or plant, define the bases for the elaboration of the Detailed Engineering and obtain an estimated cost.
Last week, the world's largest oil trade fair was held, an event that takes place every year during the first week of May, in Reliant Park (Houston, Texas).
Our engineers establish goals and needs during the Conceptual Engineering phase in order to obtain a final concept of what is required, and define the criteria for the development of the Basic Engineering. In this phase Vepica offers the following activities by area: