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Neste Jacobs & Eesti Energia to build a shale-oil condensation unit in Estonia

By Gerald Ondrey |

Neste Jacobs Oy (Porvoo, Finland; www.nestejacobs.com) and Eesti Energia (Tallinn, Estonia; www.energia.ee) agreed on building a shale oil condensation unit in Estonia. Neste Jacobs was selected to act as engineering partner for a new shale-oil condensation unit in Estonia. Neste Jacobs and Eesti Energia Õlitööstus made an engineering and construction management contract on 28th. April 2010. Shale oil processing is an area where Eesti Energia can take advantage of Neste Jacobs engineering and project implementation experience. Shale oil condensation unit is a part of Enefit-280 project and it purifies and fractionates the shale oil vapor gas mixture. The project is scheduled to end in 2012.   “Enefit-280 project and this agreement a part of it is the first major investment for Eesti Energia, which advances cleaner and efficient shale oil technology available today,” says CMO Lauri Hink from Eesti Energia Õlitööstus AS.
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