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Chevron Lummus Global to provide master plan study to MOL Group

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Chevron Lummus Global (CLG) has been selected for a master plan study by MOL Group. The study will assist MOL in its long-term strategy to gradually increase the share of non-motor fuel products to above 50% by 2030 through carefully selected investment projects primarily focused on the petrochemical and chemical value chains.

This award strengthens the long-standing relationship between CLG and MOL Group. CLG previously revamped a hydrodesulfurization (HDS) unit into a mild hydrocracker at MOL’s Danube refinery, licensed a hydrocracker unit at its Rijeka refinery and licensed a LC-FINING unit at the MOL-Slovnaft refinery in Bratislava.

“CLG is honored to partner with MOL Group for this master plan study,” said Leon de Bruyn, Managing Director of CLG. “CLG and CB&I’s complete refining and petrochemicals technology portfolio coupled with our highly experienced process planning expertise offers valuable insight to MOL for its long-term strategy.

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