04 August 2009 19:19 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS news)--Shell has awarded Technip a contract to integrate two of its refineries near Cologne in Germany to create that country’s largest refining complex, the Paris-based petrochemicals engineering firm said on Tuesday.
Technip’s contract included engineering, procurement and construction work to connect Shell’s refineries in Cologne-Godorf and Wesseling, it said.
Shell’s refinery at Godorf has a processing capacity of 10m tonnes/year, according to Shell’s ?xml:namespace>
The refinery in Wesseling has a capacity of 7m tonnes/year. In addition to fuels, it produces aromatics, olefins and methanol.
In a related development, Shell is seeking to sell two of its refineries near
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