Amec Foster Wheeler wins Eni contract in excess of US$52.8 million for ‘green’ refinery conversion
Wednesday, Mar 08, 2017
- First green refinery contract demonstrates growth potential
- Application of proven Amec Foster Wheeler technology
- Contract builds on long-term customer relationship
Amec Foster Wheeler announced that it has been awarded a lump sum turn-key contract in excess of €50 million by Eni SpA for the engineering, procurement and construction of a new steam reforming plant for hydrogen production to be built at its refinery at Gela, Italy.
Building on its long-standing relationship with the supermajor, Amec Foster Wheeler was hired by Eni as part of a major investment programme in Italy to convert its refineries from ‘conventional’ to ‘green’ bio-refineries, and will use our proven Hydrogen technology and our differentiated Terrace WallTM fired heater.
Marco Moresco, Amec Foster Wheeler’s President, Downstream Capital Projects Europe, Middle East and Africa, said:
“This is the first contract that Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded in the new ‘green refineries’ market, and represents an area in which we see significant growth potential.
“Amec Foster Wheeler’s work for Eni will involve using our proprietary technology to maximise the value of their assets, and we’re delighted that it builds on the long-term relationship we have with Eni.”
Amec Foster Wheeler’s scope of work includes engineering, procurement services and supply of materials and equipment, construction and supervision, pre-commissioning, and training. Amec Foster Wheeler will also support Eni during commissioning, start-up and testing of the new steam reforming plant. The company's role is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2018.
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