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Thyssenkrupp secures Rs 300 cr order from Numaligarh Refinery

NRL is expanding its refining capacity from 3mtpa to 9mtpa

Thyssenkrupp, Numaligarh Refinery, Engineering, EPC management, Refinery, Petrochemical fluidised catalytic cracking, PFCC, Liquefied petroleum gas treatment, Gasoline desulphurisation, Naphtha hydrotreating, Continuous catalytic reforming, Hydrocarbon Vision 2030, Northeast India

Thyssenkrupp’s plant engineering business has secured an order worth Rs 300 crore from Numaligarh Refinery (NRL).

The order is for providing engineering, procurement and construction management services to various units of the refinery at Numaligarh in northeastern India.

The scope of supply includes engineering, procurement and construction management services for a new petrochemical fluidised catalytic cracking (PFCC) unit with two million tonne annual capacity, units for liquefied petroleum gas treatment, gasoline desulphurisation, MS blocks having naphtha hydrotreating, continuous catalytic reforming and isomerisation units.

NRL is expanding its refining capacity from three million tpa to nine million tpa. The project is expected to be completed by 2024.

The refinery expansion project is part of the government’s initiative towards Hydrocarbon Vision 2030 for the northeast region of India.

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