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Mol Group selects Chevron Lummus Global for strategy study

By Mary Page Bailey |

Chevron Lummus Global LLC (CLG; www.chevronlummus.com), a joint venture between Chevron U.S.A. Inc. and CB&I announced it has been selected for a Master Plan Study by MOL Group (Budapest, Hungary; www.molgroup.info/en/). The study will assist MOL in its longterm strategy to gradually increase the share of non-motor fuel products to above 50% by 2030 through carefully selected investment projects primarily focused on the petrochemical and chemical value chains.
 
“CLG is honored to partner with MOL Group for this Master Plan Study,” said Leon de Bruyn, Managing Director of CLG. “CLG and CB&I’s complete refining and petrochemicals technology portfolio coupled with our highly experienced process planning expertise offers valuable insight to MOL for its long-term strategy.
 
This award strengthens the long-standing relationship between CLG and MOL Group. CLG previously revamped a HDS unit into a mild hydrocracker at MOL’s Danube refinery, licensed a hydrocracker unit at its Rijeka refinery and licensed a LC-FINING unit at the MOL-Slovnaft refinery in Bratislava.

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