Thermax bags Rs. 271.50 crore order from India’s biggest refinery for mechanical balance of plant
General

Thermax bags Rs. 271.50 crore order from India’s biggest refinery for mechanical balance of plant

The proposed CPP is expected to meet the incremental power demand of upcoming projects at the customer’s premise as part of O2C expansion and the establishment of a mega factory

  • By ICN Bureau | April 29, 2023

Thermax Limited has concluded an order of Rs. 271.50 crore from India’s biggest oil refinery in the private sector for mechanical balance of plant (MBoP) works for the captive power plant (CPP) at their new oil-to-chemical (O2C) facility in the western part of India.

The proposed CPP is expected to meet the incremental power demand of upcoming projects at the customer’s premise as part of O2C expansion and the establishment of a mega factory. 

Thermax with experience of more than 150 plus EPC projects in the domain has been entrusted by the customer to execute the MBoP work involving engineering, procurement/supply and construction & civil works. The project is slated to be completed within a span of 16 months.


Register Now to Attend AVEVA Industry 4.0 & Digitalization in Chemicals on Wednesday, 13th March 2024, Hotel Hyatt Place, Bharuch, Gujarat

Other Related stories

Startups

Chemical

Petrochemical

Energy

Digitization