OHL was awarded the construction of a hydrogen plant for Pemex in Mexico, in the refinery belonging to Cadereyta Jimenez, according to the construction and services group.
The project involves the engineering and construction of a hydrogen plant and the completion of a pipeline linking Cadereyta Jimenez refinery in Nuevo León, to the Mexican gas network. The period of execution of the works is 29 months.
The group won the contract through Ecolaire and a consortium of firms that make up the hydrogen technology specialists KT Kinetics Technology and Tapias Industrial Constructions.
The construction of the hydrogen plant is part of the ‘DUBA’ project (ultra-low sulphur diesel) developed and implemented by Pemex to modernize and adapt its refineries to the new regulations in force in Mexico concerning sulphur content in diesel and petrol.
With this project, the company strengthens its new international construction division while intensifying its internationalization.
Posted by flytobarcelona.org; 2013-07-15
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