Lummus’ scope includes the technology license for a 280 000 tpy polypropylene unit as well as basic design engineering, training and services, and catalyst supply.
“It’s an honour to have Lukoil as a repeat customer for our innovative technologies. This award is the second significant polypropylene contract we’ve signed with Lukoil recently,” said Leon de Bruyn, Lummus Technology’s President and CEO. “Major operators such as Lukoil understand the advantages of our Novolen technology, because it offers the industry’s lowest overall capital and operational costs, while providing customers with the best range in products, process reliability and flexibility in responding to market needs.”
The award increases the total amount of licensed volume for Novolen technology worldwide to more than 17.5 million tpy.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/12102020/lummus-technology-awarded-contract-by-lukoil-burgas/
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