Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. has announced that its main subsidiaries, KT-Kinetics Technology, NextChem, and Stamicarbon, have been granted new awards for a total amount of approximately €155 million for licensing as well as EPC activities. These contracts have been granted by prestigious international clients mainly in Europe and in the Middle East.
In particular, KT-Kinetics Technology has been awarded an EPC contract by Eni to implement two hydrogen production lines for the Venice Refinery in Porto Marghera, Italy. The project has the main objective of increasing the availability of hydrogen of the refinery to meet the needs of the Ecofining unit in terms of quality, quantity and availability itself, optimising its energy efficiency. As part of a phased transition to the production of blue hydrogen, the two units are designed to significantly reduce the emission of fossil CO2 into the atmosphere through the use of biogenic charges recirculated by the Ecofining unit.
With these new awards, Maire Tecnimont Group further confirms the strong geographical diversification of its backlog and the capability of supporting its prestigious clients to ensure more efficient and environmentally better performing processes and products, thanks to its technology-driven DNA.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/29042022/kt-kinetics-technology-nextchem-and-stamicarbon-granted-new-epc-contracts/
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