The three massive coking furnaces will be delivered fully modularised and ready for site installation, and, once completed, will represent one of the world’s largest delayed coking units.
Pierroberto Folgiero, Maire Tecnimont Group CEO, commented: “These awards further consolidate Maire Tecnimont’s positioning in its core business and provide sound evidence of the resilience of our technology-driven development strategy, despite COVID-19 times”.
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