Toyo Engineering India Private Ltd (TOYO), a wholly owned subsidiary of Toyo Engineering Corporation (Toyo-Japan), has been awarded a contract by Numaligarh Refinery Ltd (NRL) for the EPCC of a 3.55 million tpy diesel hydrotreating (DHT) unit in Assam state of India.
NRL is a public sector undertaking governed by the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (Government of India). It is undertaking a major expansion project from 3 million tpy to 9 million tpy consisting of several process units with total project cost of Rs28 026 crore, which is part of Government’s hydrocarbon vision 2030 for the economic growth to meet the deficit of petroleum products in north east India. This will be one of the largest investments in the region.
This DHT will produce the diesel confirming to BS VI specifications by hydrotreating a blend of refinery products. TOYO had executed another unit for NRL, back in 2006 on an EPCm basis.
In India, which has a vast population and huge middle-class population strata that continues to grow, TOYO is committed to contributing to the economic development of the country.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/13122021/toyo-awarded-epcc-contract-for-refinery-in-india/
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