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L&T bags order for Paradip refinery

April 3, 2010 1 comment

L&T has bagged an order worth Rs 1,400 crore from Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) for a 4.17 million tpa FCC (Fluidised Catalytic Cracker) reactor regenerator project of a grassroots fuel refinery at Paradip in Orissa.

INDMAX technology, indigenously developed by IOC R&D, is deployed for the FCC unit for converting heavy distillate and residue into LPG/light distillate product as the 15 million tpa refinery at Paradip is configured to process heaviest crudes.

The scope of work includes residual and detailed engineering, procurement, supply, manufacture, fabrication, construction, installation, pre-commissioning, commissioning and performance test run. The project is to be executed on lumpsum turnkey basis and is expected to start-up by July 2012.

The order has been bagged by Hydrocarbon Mid and Downstream Business Group of L&T’s Engineering & Construction Division.

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Phase I of Dhamra port by July

February 19, 2010 Leave a comment

Dhamra Port Company (DPCL) is likely to commission the Phase I of the Rs 2,400-crore Dhamra Port in Orissa by July 2010.

DPCL, a 50:50 JV of Tata Steel and L&T began the port project work in April 2007. The port is being developed in phased manner.

In the Phase I, DPCL is likely to install two fully mechanised berths of 350 mtrs each with a capacity to handle 27 million tpa along with a backup facility to undertake imports of coking coal, steam coal, limestone and export of iron ore.

The company plans to set up 13 berths with a capacity to handle more than 100 million tpa of dry and liquid bulk cargoes including containers in the 18-km-long sea shore. The berths are designed for draught of 18 mtrs capable of handling cape size vessels up to 1,80,000 DWT (dead weight tonnage).

Further, Tata Steel plans to build a 62-km rail track between Dhamra and Bhadrak on the main Howrah-Chennai line.

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