Russia: Deep Conversion CB&I Awarded Engineering, Procurement and Supply Contract by Lukoil

Editor: Alexander Stark

CB&I has been awarded a contract by Lukoil for the detailed engineering, procurement and supply of process equipment, including two proprietary delayed coking heaters for the Deep Conversion Complex in Kstovo City, central Russia.

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Lukoil's plant in Kstovo specializes in refining blended crudes from West Siberia and Tatarstan.
Lukoil's plant in Kstovo specializes in refining blended crudes from West Siberia and Tatarstan.
(Source: Lukoil)

The Woodlands/USA — The units will use Chevron Lummus Global's (CLG) delayed coking technology for the processing of 2,100 kta of refinery residues.

CLG will supply bottom-of-the-barrel upgrading solutions. In addition to the engineering, procurement and supply contract, the company announced that it is continuing to work closely with Lukoil to assess a broader range of solutions for the project.

"CLG was previously awarded the coking technology license, and this award demonstrates the value CB&I can bring through an array of technology and engineering solutions to the Russian region," said Duncan Wigney, CB&I's Executive Vice President of Engineering & Construction.

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