January 2006

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: Europe

Lurgi AG, a GEA Group subsidiary, has five new contracts to build biodiesel plants in Germany. The orders are worth approximately €70 million in total. Two plants, which will be located in Rostoc..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Lurgi AG, a GEA Group subsidiary, has five new contracts to build biodiesel plants in Germany. The orders are worth approximately €70 million in total. Two plants, which will be located in Rostock and Frankfurt/ Höchst will be able to produce 200,000 tpy of biodiesel, and are claimed to be among the largest biofuel plants in Germany. Plants that will be located in Schrobenhausen and Mannheim will produce 100,000 tpy, and the unit located at Neubrandenburg will produce 40,000 tpy. Aker Kvaerner has a contract for front-end engineering design (FEED) for BP's Skarv/ Idun fields development project in the North Sea. Aker Kvaerner Engineering & Technology in Oslo, Norway, will perform

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