Reliance gives Fluor Jamnagar expansion contract

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Reliance gives Fluor Jamnagar expansion contract

7:53 AM, 4th May 2012
Reliance gives Fluor Jamnagar expansion contract
Reliance Industries Jamnagar refinery.

MUMBAI, JAMNAGAR/INDIA: Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) has selected Fluor Corporation to perform project management services for the projects being executed at its world scale Jamnagar refining and petrochemical complex in Gujarat, India. In addition to assisting RIL in project management, Fluor will also perform engineering and procurement services for the pet coke gasification project. The investment in the expansion of Energy and Petrochemicals Projects represents one of the largest such investments globally.

The proposed coke gasification facility is also among the largest such projects ever built. The scope of the project management services to be provided by Fluor includes several world-scale units including petroleum coke gasification units, refinery off-gas cracker and downstream petrochemical plants, a captive power plant, associated utilities and offsites. The completed gasification project will gasify petroleum coke to produce fuel and hydrogen for the expanded refinery and petrochemical complexes and captive power plant as well as feedstock for future chemicals production.

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