Mustang Providing Detailed Design and Automation Services on Canadian Refinery Expansion

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Mustang Engineering (“Mustang”), part of international energy services company John Wood Group PLC (“Wood Group”), has been selected to provide detailed design services to International Alliance Group (“IAG”) for the Consumers' Co-operative Refineries Ltd. (CCRL) $1.9-billion refinery expansion project in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. IAG has been retained by CCRL as program managers for the grass roots portion of the proposed expansion, which would increase the output of Saskatchewan's only oil refinery by 30 percent.

Mustang completed the front-end engineering design for the project in 2007 and will provide over 600,000 man-hours of work to complete the detailed design. Mustang's Automation and Control business unit is providing the detailed design, configuration, staging and integration of the process control system for the five new process units and supporting utilities in the refinery expansion.

The grass roots expansion will include a fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) complex to support additional light synthetic crude oil processing from Canada's oil sands. This expansion will be CCRL's second large expansion this decade, and would take it above 130,000 barrels per day of crude processing capacity when completed in 2012. Mustang was selected based on previous successful projects with IAG and its extensive FCC unit, refinery expansion, and automation experience.

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