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According to Thermo Design Engineering's website, its past customers include the Iranian firms Iranian Central Oil Company, Iranian Offshore Oil Company, National Iranian Gas Company, and Oil Industries Engineering and Construction (Thermo Design Engineering Website, Accessed September 22, 2010).

Date: 2004 – Unknown

Deal: According to British engineering firm The Weir Group PLC's website, Thermo Design Engineering was the client on a design and engineering project for a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) storage terminal on Sirri Island, Iran in 2004. Iran Offshore Oil Company (IOOC) is the end user of the terminal. The facility includes 40,000 cubic meters of refrigerated propane storage, 20,000 cubic meters of refrigerated butane storage, 10,000 cubic meters of ambient pentane storage, and 10,000 cubic meters of ambient condensate storage. (Weir Group PLC Company Website, Accessed August 4, 2010)

Date: December 2004 – Unknown

Deal: According to Thermo Design Engineering's website, in December 2004, the company was awarded a contract to supply a condensate stabilization plant and plant utilities packages on behalf of the Iranian Central Oilfields Company in Shanul, Iran. Implementation of the project was expected to commence in November 2005. Thermo Design Engineering was contracted to provide equipment and services, including detailed design and site construction supervision. (Thermo Design Engineering Company Website, Accessed August 4, 2010)

Date: October 2004 – Unknown

Deal: According to Thermo Design Engineering's website, the company subsidiary Thermo Dynamic Engineering Overseas Limited designed a structural model of the Tabnak Processing Facility for the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) in October 2004. (Thermo Design Engineering Company Website, Accessed August 4, 2010)

Date: October 2006 – Unknown

Deal: According to Middle East Economic Digest, in October 2005, Iran's Iritec and its Italian subsidiary Irasco employed Thermo Design Engineering as a subcontractor on the $1.2 billion contract for the Kharg natural gas liquids (NGL) project. The client for the project is Iran Offshore Oil Company (IOOC), a subsidiary of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC). The Kharg NGL project "will comprise two gas gathering plants and two identical gas processing units with capacity to handle 600 million cubic feet a day (cf/d) of natural gas" (http://www.iranenergyproject.org/1738/local-team-takes-kharg-natural-gas-liquids-plant ">Middle East Economic Digest, October 13, 2006).

U.S. Business Ties: According to USAspending.gov, Thermo Design Engineering has not any U.S. government contracts (www.usaspending.gov, Accessed August 18, 2014).

Last Updated: August 19, 2014