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Uzbekistan: Cracking Furnaces Lummus Technology Wins Contract for Shurtan Gas Chemical Complex

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Under the terms of the contract, Lummus Technology will be responsible for designing as well as supplying four proprietary Short Residence Time VI and VII type cracking furnaces to the gas chemical complex in Uzbekistan.

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The four proprietary cracking furnaces are expected to more than double the production of ethylene at the Uzbekistan facility.
The four proprietary cracking furnaces are expected to more than double the production of ethylene at the Uzbekistan facility.
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GrundtextTexas/USA – Lummus Technology has announced that it has been awarded a contract by Enter Engineering for the Shurtan Gas Chemical Complex in Uzbekistan. Lummus’ scope includes the design and supply of four proprietary Short Residence Time (SRT) VI and VII type cracking furnaces, which will more than double the production of ethylene at Shurtan’s facility.

“Our advanced SRT ethylene furnaces optimise reliability in capacity, yield, run-length and energy efficiency,” said Leon de Bruyn, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lummus Technology. “We are grateful to continue our partnership at Shurtan and look forward to working with Enter Engineering to expand the ethylene production while reducing relative emissions and operating costs at the Shurtan Gas Chemical Complex.”

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