The onshore EPC contract comprises the construction of seven cracker furnaces of 1200 KTPA Dual Feed Cracker Units at HPCL’s Bathinda Refinery in Punjab. LTHE intends to make use of its modular fabrication facilities in Gujarat for the fabrication of furnace modules.
Mumbai/India – L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE), a wholly owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro, has recently won a significant onshore EPC contract from HPCL Mittal Energy. The contract involves setting up seven cracker furnaces of 1200 KTPA Dual Feed Cracker Unit (DFCU) at their Bathinda Refinery in Punjab, India. 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 organisations 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 Mc Dermott).