By ICN GroupPetro Chemical, July 17, 2018

LTHE wins EPC contract from HPCL-Mittal Energy

L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE) has won a significant onshore EPC contract from HPCL-Mittal Energy for setting up 07 (Seven) Cracker Furnaces of 1200 KTPA Dual Feed Cracker Unit (DFCU) at their Bathinda Refinery in Punjab.

L&T  Hydrocarbon  Engineering (LTHE),  a  wholly  owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro, has won a significant onshore EPC contract from HPCL-Mittal  Energy for  setting  up 07  (Seven)  Cracker  Furnaces  of  1200  KTPA  Dual  Feed Cracker Unit (DFCU) at their Bathinda Refinery in Punjab.

This unit is part of their Guru Gobind Singh Polymer Addition Project. LTHE has won the contract through a competitive bidding process, where reputed global EPC organizations participated. The scope of work under the contract covers Project Management,  Residual  Engineering,  procurement  and  supply  of  Cracker Furnace   systems,   components,   auxiliaries,   fabrication   in   modules,   erection, construction and commissioning. LTHE shall use its Modular Fabrication Facilities in Hazira, Gujarat for fabrication of furnace modules.

The order reinforces LTHE’s unique capability to design, engineer, fabricate, erect and commission large size units in petrochemical complexes. The process licensor for the Cracker Unit is CB&I(now McDermott).

L&T  has  been  serving  the  onshore  hydrocarbon  sector  since  early  1990s.  The Company’s  track  record  includes  successful  completion  of  several  challenging projects for domestic and International Clients.

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