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GTC Mexico wins EPC contract at ethylene oxide plant

By Gerald Ondrey |

Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX; Mexico City; www.pemex.com) Petroquímica Morelos has awarded GTC México (Queretaro;) an EPC contract to revamp its ethylene oxide plant. GTC was chosen based on proven solutions, plant operation reliability, and safety. As part of the agreement, GTC will provide major distillation columns, mass transfer equipment, reactors, chemicals, field engineering and installation work. This project will conclude the final phase of the 250,000 metric tons per year ethylene-oxide-plant revamp. “In today’s economic climate, where it is essential to do more with less, GTC Mexico can provide a strong technology foundation that is highly reliable while reducing PEMEX’s overall plant costs,” said Pinti Wang, President and CEO of GTC Technology. GTC Mexico is a subsidiary of GTC Technology Inc. (Houston, Tex.; www.gtchouston.com). The subsidiary serves the Mexican and Latin American markets by providing technical process solutions and state of the art equipment, including equipment for distillation units in refineries, petrochemical plants, and chemical plants.
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