Lummus Technology awarded contract for gas processing plant
Published by Bella Weetch,
Lummus Technology announced it has been awarded a contract by CCC-JV, a joint venture of China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co. Ltd., China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau Co. Ltd., and China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation, for a gas processing plant featuring its proprietary NGL-MAXSM and NGL fractionation technologies.
The technologies will be utilised in PTT Public Company Ltd.’s (PTT) new GSP-7 project at the Map Ta Phut complex in Rayong, Thailand, in which CCC-JV is the selected engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contractor. The GSP-7 project will have a feed gas capacity of 460 MMSCFD with NGL recovery and fractionation units that will produce high purity ethane, propane and various grades of LPG and natural gas condensates.
“Lummus has been a key technology partner of PTT for four decades, which includes licensing PTT’s first gas processing plant, GSP-1,” said Leon de Bruyn, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lummus Technology. “This latest award demonstrates PTT’s continued confidence in our world-class technology solutions. The innovative design and application of NGL-MAX technology will provide significant advantages for PTT in CAPEX, OPEX and lower carbon emission over conventional alternatives.”
Lummus’ scope includes the technology license, basic engineering and related services for the NGL recovery and fractionation units.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/28012022/lummus-technology-awarded-contract-for-gas-processing-plant/
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