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Phillips 66 awards EPC contract to S & B

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S & B has been selected by Phillips 66 to perform engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) for two NGL fractionation plants at the client’s Sweeny Hub in Old Ocean, Texas, US. The plants will have a combined capacity of 300 000 bpd and will be based on S & B’s proven fractionation plant design.

“This contract represents the 12th fractionation plant awarded to S & B in the last five years,” said James Brookshire, CEO of S & B. “With over 1.3 million bpd of fractionation capacity successfully designed and constructed across the country, and another 900 000 bpd of capacity currently in progress, S & B continues to be the go-to contractor for NGL fractionation projects in the US.”

The work will be executed by a proven project team using the iPIMS® project management system and innovative advanced work packaging process (IPPTM).

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