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Maire Tecnimont lands contract for Egyptian refinery  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. (Milan, Italy; www.mairetecnimont.it) says that several contracts have been awarded to some of its subsidiaries for a total amount of approximately €135 million for engineering, procurement and technology services. In Egypt, the Group has been awarded — through its subsidiary Tecnimont KT S.p.A. (TKT) — an engineering and procurement contract for the realization of some processing units in the new petroleum refinery of Egyptian Refinery Co. (ERC) in Mostorod, Cairo (Egypt). The clients are a consortium between GS E&C, one of the world’s top EPC leaders, and Mitsui & Co. (Mitsui), one of the most diversified and comprehensive trading, investment and service enterprises, and Mitsui and Co. Plant Systems Ltd., subsidiary of Mitsui; GS E&C and Mitsui are respectively South Korean and Japanese main contractors. The overall project amount is approximately €97 million. Completion is expected by the end of 2014. The units to be built are: • One hydrogen production unit of 100,000 Nm3/h capacity • Three sulphur recovery units  of 162.5 ton/d capacity each • One tail-gas treatment unit of 325 ton/d capacity • One amine processing unit of 90 m3/h capacity The…
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