14 September 2009 15:58 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS news)--Mexico’s state oil company Pemex awarded ICA Fluor engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts worth $638m (€440m) for two low sulphur gasoline projects in Mexico, Fluor announced on Monday.
The refineries were awarded to ICA Fluor after a public bidding process on 20 August. Fluor said it would book its portion of the award in the fiscal third quarter.
The contracts were part of Pemex's clean fuels programme, the companies said.
ICA Fluor said it would be responsible for the EPC, testing and start-up of refinery projects in Cadereyta, Nuevo ?xml:namespace>
The Cadereyta refinery project includes a 42,500 bbl/day catalytic distillation train, while the
The work is scheduled to take place over a term of 44 months.
ICA Fluor is a Mexico-based industrial construction joint venture between Empresas ICA and Fluor.
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