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Indian firm wins $139mn deal in Nigeria
November 25, 2013, 9:34 am

[AP]

The crude and product handing facilities through single point mooring (SPM) will also be integrated with the refinery, according to EIL [AP]

State-owned Indian firm Engineers India Ltd (EIL) has won a $139 million contract for an oil refinery and polypropylene plant in Nigeria.

Nigeria’s Dangote Group has awarded the Indian company the contract for implementing a grass-root 400,000 barrels per stream day (20 million tonnes) oil refinery and 600,000 tonnes polypropylene plant, the company said in a statement on Sunday.

The contract is worth $139 million, “the largest ever single consultancy assignment for EIL”, added the statement.

The main facilities of the project will include a crude distillation unit, single train residue fluid catalytic cracking unit, diesel hydrotreating unit, CCR unit, alkylation unit, poly-propylene unit etc, utilities and off-sites including captive power with other enabling infrastructure facilities.

The crude and product handing facilities through single point mooring (SPM) will also be integrated with the refinery, the statement said.

EIL is an engineering, procurement, construction and total solutions consultancy organisation in the fields of petroleum refining, petrochemicals, pipelines, oil & gas terminals and storages, fertilisers, mining & metallurgy, and infrastructure projects.

Source: Agencies

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