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Indian Oil Corporation contracts Technip Energies for Barauni Refinery Upgrade

Technip Energies has recently been awarded an Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC) contract for Indian Oil’s expansion project at the Barauni complex in eastern India, named the BR9 expansion.  The contract value was not specified, but it was deemed as a “significant” project, which Technip classifies as a contract between €50 million and €250 million.

The duties involved in this EPCC contract include the installation of a new Once-through Hydrocracker unit with a capacity for 1 million tons per year, along with a fuel gas treatment unit and additional facilities. This hydrocracker is intended to allow production BS VI grade fuels and petrochemical products.

The BR9 Expansion project was designed to enhance overall capacity at the long running Barauni facility by 3 million tons per year and add petrochemical production such as polypropylene to the complex’s output. 

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