April 2012

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HP Construction: Asia Pacific

The Shaw Group Inc. has a contract to provide the technology license and process design package for the revamp of Star Petroleum Refining Co.’s residue fluid catalytic-cracking (RFCC) unit in Map..

Meche, Helen, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The Shaw Group Inc. has a contract to provide the technology license and process design package for the revamp of Star Petroleum Refining Co.’s residue fluid catalytic-cracking (RFCC) unit in Map Ta Phut, Thailand. The design will upgrade the 40,800-bpd RFCC unit by incorporating the latest advances in reactor-system technology. Shaw jointly developed the proprietary RFCC technology through an alliance with Axens and Total that began in the early 1990s. To date, Shaw and Axens have licensed 51 grassroots units and performed more than 200 revamp projects. Sumitomo Chemical held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new solution-styrene-butadiene rubber (S-SBR) manufacturing plant t

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