Amec Foster Wheeler said it has been awarded a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) contract by Thai Oil Public company for its clean fuel project at the Sriracha Refinery in Thailand.
The contract is due for completion in the second quarter of 2017.
The company said the project will enable a crude distillation capcity expansion from 275,000 barrels per stream day to 410,000.
It will also add improvement to the energy efficiency of Thai Oil’s refinery as well as the production of transportation fuels to more stringent product quality specifications.
Roberto Penno, group president for Asia, Middle East, Africa and Southern Europe, said:“I’m proud to say that our 35-year track record with Thai Oil has covered the delivery of more than 40 projects. This latest contract, led by our well-established operation in Sriracha, further reinforces our customer’s confidence in Amec Foster Wheeler to provide the highest quality services to their projects in Thailand.
“We look forward to applying our global clean fuels expertise to support Thai Oil in achieving its objectives for this strategic project; increased output, efficiency improvement and production of cleaner, more valuable transportation fuels.”