Engineering and construction consultants, Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (India), on Monday said the company has entered into a contract with Nayara Energy to provide project management consultancy services for Nayara Energy’s upcoming petrochemical units in Vadinar, Gujarat.
Nayara Energy, which operates a 20-MMTPA refinery at Vadinar, is eyeing a foray into the petrochemicals segment by building a world-scale polypropylene unit and a methyl tertiary-butyl ether (MTBE) unit. It also involves revamp of the existing FCC unit and building of a Propylene Recovery Unit and associated off-sites and utility facilities, a statement said here.
Commenting on the development, B. Anand, CEO, Nayara Energy said, “Nayara Energy’s endeavours in the petrochemical sector are aligned towards our larger aspiration to play a vital role in India’s development story. Read more
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