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.
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.