Foster Wheeler bags RIL’s paraxylene plant contract in Jamnagar, India

Foster Wheeler bags RIL’s paraxylene plant contract in Jamnagar, India

4:16 AM, 9th November 2012
Foster Wheeler bags RIL’s paraxylene plant contract in Jamnagar, India

ZUG, SWITZERLAND/MUMBAI, INDIA: Subsidiaries of Foster Wheeler have been awarded a contract by Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) for the provision of engineering and procurement services for its Paraxylene Project at Jamnagar, Gujarat State, on the west coast of India.

This project is part of Reliance’s multi-billion-dollar expansion project at its world-scale Jamnagar refining and petrochemical complex. Foster Wheeler’s scope of work will include detailed engineering, licensor coordination and procurement services for the new paraxylene plant. The project will be executed from Foster Wheeler’s Indian and UK operations.

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