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CLG, CB&I and Saudi Aramco sign development agreement

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Chevron Lummus Global LLC (CLG) has entered into a technology joint development agreement (that includes CB&I) with Saudi Aramco, for the development, commercialisation and marketing of crude-to-chemical technologies.

Together, Saudi Aramco, CLG and CB&I will develop the integration of advanced technology processes for the production of high-value petrochemicals from crude oil. Specifically, CLG’s hydroprocessing technologies and CB&I’s ethylene cracker technology, combined with Saudi Aramco’s Thermal Crude to Chemicals (TC2CTM) technology will provide the platform for this joint development.

“CLG’s hydroprocessing technologies and CB&I’s ethylene cracker technology combined with Saudi Aramco’s related technologies will provide a strong foundation for this joint development,” said Leon de Bruyn, CLG’s Managing Director “We are excited to be working with Saudi Aramco and making a positive impact on our industry by demonstrating an innovative approach to crude to chemicals.”

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