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ONGC awards gas processing work

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Aug. 25
-- India’s Oil & Natural Gas Corp. has awarded gas processing contracts worth 11.95 billion rupees ($25 million) to Larsen and Toubro Ltd., Mumbai, to expand processing capacity at ONGC’s gas processing plants at Uran and Hazira.

The additional units at Uran, according to Larsen and Toubro, will expand processing capacity by 5 million standard cu m/day. Among new capacities to be installed are gas sweetening, LPG recovery, condensate fractionation, condensate handling, and other units.

The additional gas processing facilities project for Hazira will increase capacity by 5.6 million standard cu m/day and include gas sweetening, gas dehydration, dewpoint depression, and other units.

The scope for Larsen and Toubro includes project management, residual basic design, planning and monitoring, residual process engineering, detailed engineering, procurement, supply, fabrication, manufacturing, inspection, transportation, storage, construction, installation, testing, mechanical completion, precommissioning, commissioning, performance guarantee tests, and transferring ownership to ONGC.


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