Oman awards refinery expansion contract

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Mar. 2
-- Oman Refineries & Petrochemical Co. let a $40 million contract to CB&I, Houston, for front-end engineering and design and project management at the Sohar refinery.

The project will increase capacity of the refinery to 187,000 b/sd from 116,000 b/sd by installing various clean fuels units and increasing capacity of and debottlenecking existing units, said the CB&I announcement.

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