MOSCOW (MRC) -- CB&I
has announced it has been awarded a contract by Zhejiang Petroleum and
Chemical Co. Ltd. for the license and engineering design of a single-train 220
kta diphenyl carbonate (DPC) unit, based on Versalis technology, for a refining
and petrochemical complex in China, Hydrocarbonprocessing.
previously announced the CDAlky license and two Chevron Lummus Global (CLG)
hydrocracking units for the project. CLG is a joint venture between Chevron and
"CB&I appreciates the opportunity to provide an additional
technology to ZPC's complex in China, making it the largest single-train DPC
plant in the world," said Philip K. Asherman, President and Chief Executive
Officer. "This award underscores the confidence ZPC has in us as a technology
leader for the region."
As MRC informed
previously, in February 2017, CB&I was also a contract by Dongguan
Grand Resource Science & Technology Co. Ltd. for the license and engineering
design of a grassroots propane dehydrogenation unit to be built in Dongguan
City, Guangdong Province, China. The unit will use CB&I's CATOFIN catalytic
dehydrogenation technology and Clariant's CATOFIN catalyst to produce 600,000
mtpy of propylene. This unit has been optimized to reduce equipment piece-count
and lower propane consumption.
Besides, in March 2017, CB&I was
substantial contract for the license, engineering design and catalyst supply for
five proprietary technologies to be used in an integrated refining and
petrochemical project in China. The complex will use BP Paraxylene OPEX
advantaged crystallization technology exclusively licensed by CB&I, as well
as technology for a vacuum gasoil hydrocracker, diesel hydrocracker, kerosene
hydrotreater and delayed coker offered through Chevron Lummus Global (CLG). CLG
is a JV between Chevron and CB&I.