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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Thermal Systems

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THERMAL SYSTEMS provides reliable and cost effective solutions for the oil, gas, refinery and petrochemical sector. Since 1985, it has developed within a span of two decades a wide range of products and expertise and it has become a global supplier for waste heat recovery systems.

THERMAL SYSTEMS has a strong in house design and a state of the art manufacturing facility that enables them to execute from ‘concept to commissioning’ for a variety of applications.

THERMAL SYSTEMS specialises in custom made waste heat recovery systems for sulfur recovery units, spent acid regeneration units, fluid catalytic cracking units, petroleum coke calcination and process gas boilers for steam reforming plants. Several successful installations, a vast data bank and international exposure makes THERMAL SYSTEMS to offer a comprehensive product range to the industry.


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For nearly 100 years, UOP has been a leading international licensor and equipment supplier for the refining, petrochemicals and gas processing industries. As part of its industry leading technology portfolio, Callidus Technologies delivers technologically superior combustion solutions, equipment and services to:

  • Reduce emissions.
  • Improve destruction efficiency.
  • Maximise operational performance and energy efficiency.
  • Minimise environmental impact.

Callidus provides total solutions for process heater burners, flares, flare gas recovery systems, thermal oxidisers and selective catalytic reduction units (SCRs). Solutions can be applied to new projects or retrofit opportunities and will install and service our equipment in every part of the globe.

Having decades of experience, Callidus Technologies provides combustion and low emission solutions for sulfur recovery applications. Callidus has a broad global customer base and provides a portfolio consisting of acid gas burners, reaction furnaces, inline heaters, tail gas incinerators, as well as complete installation services.

Callidus’ corporate office is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The company’s manufacturing and industrial scale research and testing facilities are located south of Tulsa. Callidus also has a 100% wholly owned manufacturing facility in Shanghai, China. In addition, there are direct sales offices in London, UK; Shanghai, China; Mumbai, India; Seoul, South Korea; Abu Dhabi, UAE; Bangkok, Thailand; Moscow, Russia; Indonesia; and Mexico. With global sales offices and even more sales representatives around the world, Callidus is available to customers anywhere at any time.


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WorleyParsons is a world leader in sulfur recovery and handling, providing technically robust solutions for plants of all efficiencies and capacity ranges. WorleyParsons technologies have been employed in natural gas, refinery, gasification and other types of facilities to meet the most stringent regulatory requirements around the world. The total technology offering includes acid gas removal technology, sulfur recovery technology, and tail gas technology.

WorleyParsons applies its technologies and sulfur handling capabilities in all project phases from small scale plants to mega scale facilities and have been doing so for over 60 years. The company provides front end support from conceptual studies and design, to commissioning and start up, and are able to debottleneck and execute brownfield upgrades for any existing facility.

 A dedicated team of consulting specialists reviews project requirements and studies feasible options given considerations to recovery and emission requirements, capacity limitations, plot space, and power and control integration. This front end study of each project seeks to maximise value and deal with the complexities relating to sulfur removal and disposal, including integration into customer facilities. This analysis also increases customers’ confidence that proposed solutions will provide the highest reliability and flexibility possible, while achieving greater processing capability, unit efficiency and maximum on stream time.

Adapted for the web by Emma McAleavey.

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