Foster Wheeler gets contract terrace wall steam reformer in Russia

Foster Wheeler gets contract for terrace wall steam reformer in Russia

1:30 PM, 30th March 2011
Foster Wheeler gets contract for terrace wall steam reformer in Russia

 

ZUG, SWITZERLAND: Foster Wheeler AG said that a subsidiary of its Global Engineering and Construction Group has been awarded a contract by JSC Novo-Ufimsky Refinery, a subsidiary of Russian oil company Bashneft, for the engineering and material supply of a new Terrace WallTM steam reformer heater and air preheating system for the Ufa refinery in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia. The company did not disclose the financial details of the deal.

 

The Terrace WallTM steam reformer will be part of the 420 tonnes per day hydrogen production unit being built by JSC Novo-Ufimsky Refinery and will be one of the largest steam Terrace WallTM reformers for hydrogen ever built by Foster Wheeler. The plant is based on Foster Wheeler’s hydrogen technology and Foster Wheeler’s process design package. Foster Wheeler's scope of work is scheduled to be completed in mid-2012. Bashneft is one of the largest producers of oil products in Russia. The company operates 140 oil and natural gas fields in Russia and owns three oil refineries located in Ufa with a combined capacity of 820,000 barrels per day, and 100 petrol stations.

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