Aramco lets contract for SRU at Khursaniyah plant

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, June 26 -- Saudi Aramco has let a basic design package contract to Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. for a 900 tonne/day sulfur recovery unit (SRU) for its Khursaniyah gas plant in Saudi Arabia.

The unit will be designed to achieve 99% sulfur recovery at the end of a 2-year run.

The SRU will be added in parallel to three other like units, which are now under construction. During normal operations, the four SRUs will recover a combined 3,600 tonnes/day of sulfur.

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