Technip bags reformer supply contract STAR’s hydrogen plant

Technip bags reformer supply contract for STAR’s hydrogen plant

11:22 AM, 24th November 2015
Technip bags reformer supply contract for STAR’s hydrogen plant

PARIS, FRANCE: Technip SA said it has won a contract to supply its proprietary technology, detailed engineering and procurement services for a reformer for STAR Aegean Refinery’s hydrogen plant in Izmir, Aliaga, Turkey.

The project will be executed by Technip’s office in Zoetermeer, the Netherlands. The grassroots refinery is expected to come on-stream in 2018.

The reformer will produce 160,000 Nm3/h of hydrogen product and high quality export steam to be used by the refinery.

“We are delighted to continue our involvement with this project and see that the application of Technip’s proprietary technology is increasing our global footprint in refinery applications,” said Stan Knez, president, Technip Stone & Webster process technology.

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