CLG’s Technologies Selected to Upgrade Thai Oil’s Sriracha Refinery

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1st March, 2016

Chevron Lummus Global (CLG) today announced their successful award as licensor of the residue and VGO hydrocracking units for Thai Oil Public Company Limited’s expansion of their existing Sriracha Refinery, located in Chonburi, Thailand. The license includes a 4.2 MM ton/year LC-MAX residue upgrading unit and a 5.5 MM ton/year ISOCRACKING unit. The integrated plant will produce EURO V compliant products and is the second grassroots LC-MAX unit to utilize CLG’s modern technology. The unit is "a core section of Thai Oil’s Sriracha Refinery investment" as part of the company’s residue upgrading project. Thai Oil has been in the process of developing process design before proceeding to front-end-engineering design. It is expected that the study will be completed by the end of 2016.


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