Sasol awards Technip with new GTL FEED contract in in Louisiana, US

Technip bags Sasol’s FEED contract in Louisiana, US

6:59 AM, 26th November 2013
Technip awarded GTL FEED contract by SASOL

PARIS, FRANCE: Technip was awarded by Sasol the front-end engineering design (FEED) contract for a gas-to-liquids (GTL) plant to be built in Louisiana, US. The GTL facility will have a capacity of more than 96,000 barrels per day. As the reference and main execution centre within the Group for GTL, Technip’s operating centre in Rome, Italy, will execute the FEED phase of the project. This contract falls within the existing Front End Loading Alliance between Technip and Sasol in the GTL domain.

“The alliance we established with Sasol is a unique win-win example of owner/contractor collaboration. We are proud to participate in this GTL FEED project, highlighting our leading position worldwide in major GTL facilities,” said Marco Villa, Senior Vice President, Technip’s Region B.

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