April 1998

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Raytheon wins contract worth $138 million Raytheon Engineers & Constructors has been awarded a contract worth $138 million from the Norwegian state-owned oil company (Statoil) to upgrade and expand..

Roberson, M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Raytheon wins contract worth $138 million Raytheon Engineers & Constructors has been awarded a contract worth $138 million from the Norwegian state-owned oil company (Statoil) to upgrade and expand its onshore oil and gas treatment facilities. Under the contract, Raytheon will provide engineering, procurement and construction services to upgrade the crude oil unit and build a natural gas (NGL) fractionator facility at Statoil's Mongstad, Norway, refinery. As part of the project, Raytheon will also construct liquefied petroleum gas storage caverns and a loading jetty. Constructing the NGL facility and the crude unit upgrade is part of Statoil's Vestprosess project,

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