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CB&I awarded ethylene plant contract

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CB&I has been selected by HPCL Mittal Energy Ltd (HMEL) for the license and basic engineering of a 1200 kilo tonnes per year mixed feeds ethylene plant for the Guru Gobind Singh refinery in Bathinda, India. The plant has the capability of being expanded to 1500 kilo tonnes per year.

The scope of work includes recovering refinery offgas and integrating this with the ethylene plant, pyrolosis gasoline hydrogenation and detailed engineering for CB&I's highly selective Short Residence Time (SRT®) VII cracking heaters.

"During the last 30 years, CB&I has licensed 44% of the world's ethylene production," said Daniel M. McCarthy, CB&I's Executive Vice President of Technology. "This award demonstrates HMEL's confidence in our technology, engineering solutions and commercial experience."

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