German refiner awards Technip hydrogen plant contract

PCK Raffinerie GMBH of Germany has awarded French company Technip SA a lump sum contract worth more than 30 million euros for the design and construction of a hydrogen plant.


By the OGJ Online Staff


HOUSTON, Feb. 28
�PCK Raffinerie GMBH of Germany has awarded French company Technip SA a lump sum contract worth more than 30 million euros for the design and construction of a hydrogen plant.

The plant will be installed within PCK's refinery at Schwedt, 120 km northeast of Berlin.

Technip will provide licensing and will be responsible for engineering, equipment supply, construction, and start-up of the 35,000 normal cu m/hr plant.

Technip said the plant will be able to handle a wide variety of feedstocks, from refinery off-gas to liquefied petroleum gas and naphtha.

Technip will execute the work from its engineering center in the Netherlands. It will deliver the unit in mid-October of 2002.

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