District Cooling

Centralised refrigeration plants are an economical and sustainable means of cooling for large scale development complexes and clusters of buildings. Cooling capacity is expected to tremendously grow, in tandem with the increasing demand of natural gas, which is the primary fuel used to run the turbines. To meet future capacity and demand requirements, chilled water tanks and network of pipes need to be continuously built, expanded and maintained. Our past experience includes provision of EPCC and tie-in integration services for a major gas district cooling utility plant in Putrajaya, Malaysia. As an integrated service provider, ICE Petroleum intends to continue servicing this strategic energy sector within the region.