Russia: Plant Design South Korea’s DL E&C Wins 1.3-Billion Dollar Contract for Russia’s Largest Gas and Chemicals Complex

Source: Press release

South Korean engineering and construction company DL E&C has secured a contract for designing the plants of the mega-scale Russian Baltic Complex Project and will also procure equipment for the same. The plants which are a part of the complex will be capable of producing 3 million tons of polyethylene, 120,000 tons of butane, and 50,000 tons of hexane every year.

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A map of Ust-Luga, Russia. DL E&C has won a contract to participate in a project to build a mega-scale gas chemical plant in Russia, defeating advanced European competitors.
A map of Ust-Luga, Russia. DL E&C has won a contract to participate in a project to build a mega-scale gas chemical plant in Russia, defeating advanced European competitors.
(Source: Business Wire)

Seoul/South Korea – DL E&C has won a 1.33-billion-dollar (KRW 1.6 trillion) contract for the proposed Russian Baltic Complex Project which will be built at the port of Ust-Luga in Russia. Under the terms of the contract, DL E&C will be responsible for designing the plants, that are part of the complex and procuring equipment.

Expected to be Russia’s largest gas and chemicals complex, it will include plants that will be capable of producing 3 million tons of polyethylene, 120,000 tons of butane, and 50,000 tons of hexane annually. The overall complex will be processing 45 billion cubic meters of natural gas into LNG and chemical products every year.

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