ThyssenKrupp provide consultancy services Nayara Energy’s petchem units in India

ThyssenKrupp to provide consultancy services for Nayara Energy’s petchem units in India

5:16 AM, 14th October 2019
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MUMBAI, INDIA: ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions (India), has inked a contract with Nayara Energy, an integrated downstream company, through a global tendering process.

ThyssenKrupp is a leading partner for engineering, construction, and service of industrial plants and systems in India and abroad.

In terms of the contract, ThyssenKrupp will provide project management consultancy services for Nayara Energy’s upcoming petrochemical units in Vadinar, Gujarat, India.

Nayara Energy currently operates the second - largest private sector refinery in India with a capacity of 20 MMTPA at Vadinar, Gujarat.  The company endeavours to diversify its energy basket with a foray into petrochemicals, and a vision for making Devbhumi Dwarka district in Gujarat a petrochemical hub in India.

The project will mark Nayara’s foray into the Petrochemical sector by building a world - scale capacity Polypropylene Unit and Methyl Tertiary - Butyl Ether (MTBE) Unit. It also involves revamp of the existing FCC unit and building of a Propylene Recovery Unit and associated off- sites & utility facilities.  

thyssenkrupp is currently engaged in implementing projects for a number of refining and petrochemical complexes in India and abroad, on PMC and EPCM basis. 

In addition to the petrochemical business, the company has a global presence in other chemical process and allied industries.

“We are delighted to collaborate with Nayara Energy for the second time, after 2000. We are honoured to be entrusted with implementing their upcoming Petrochemical units. The project validates our expertise in the refining and downstream sector. With this partnership, ThyssenKrupp will support Nayara Energy with project management consultancy services and help them in achieving their project plans,” said P. D.  Samudra, CEO & MD ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions (India) Pvt. Ltd.

“Nayara Energy’s endeavours in the petrochemical sector are aligned towards our larger aspiration to play a vital role in India’s development story. Through this association, ThyssenKrupp will help us steer this expansion project keeping in mind two aspects extremely close to us - excellence and agility,” added B Anand, CEO, Nayara Energy.

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