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CB&I wins FEED work from Gazprom to develop new Russian refinery

12.09.2013  | 

CB&I's project scope includes FEED development for multiple new process units, including a 2 million tpy hydrocracker unit licensed by Chevron Lummus, as well as hydrogen, sulfur and other associated units.

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CB&I was awarded a contract by Russia's JSC Gazprom Neft for front-end engineering and design (FEED) services for a new oil refining complex at Gazprom Neft's refinery in Omsk, Western Siberia. 

The existing refinery is currently the largest operating refinery in Russia.

CB&I's project scope includes FEED development for multiple new process units, including a 2 million tpy hydrocracker unit licensed by Chevron Lummus Global (CLG), as well as hydrogen, sulfur and other associated units.

"CB&I has been selected for this significant project following the successful delivery of a similar hydrocracker complex earlier this year for Gazprom Neft in Pancevo, Serbia," said Philip K. Asherman, CB&I's CEO. 

"CB&I appreciates Gazprom Neft's confidence in our ability to deliver results and is fully committed to meeting our client's expectations on this important project," he added.



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