CCRL refinery expansion project

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17 June 2008

WorleyParsons is pleased to announce that Colt WorleyParsons, its Canadian subsidiary, has been awarded a major Contract with Consumers’ Co-operative Refineries Limited (CCRL) for engineering, procurement, and construction management services related to the C$1.9 billion expansion to CCRL’s existing oil refinery located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The expansion includes the addition of a grassroots fluid catalytic cracker complex, new storage facilities, and the revamp of several of the existing refinery process units and utility systems. The total cost of the work for which Colt WorleyParsons is responsible is in the range of C$800 million.

Scheduled for completion in 2012, the project will expand the refinery’s capacity by 30 per cent, from 100,000 to 130,000 barrels of oil per day, designed to meet increasing demand for refined fuel products in Western Canada.

Commenting, the Sr. Vice President of Refining at CCRL, Mr. Bud Van Iderstine said: “We are very pleased to have Colt WorleyParsons and specifically the Toronto office supporting us on this very important project”.

This award complements and extends the ongoing engineering services contract underway for the Define Phase of the project, scheduled for completion in July of this year.

Commenting, the Chief Executive Officer of WorleyParsons, Mr. John Grill said: “This award continues our strong working relationship with CCRL and our leadership position in the downstream refining industry.”

Larry Benke, Managing Director of WorleyParsons Canada added, “The award reinforces our strong capability on major refinery projects and as a world class EPCM service provider.”


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