Punj Lloyd wins 2 refinery construction projects worth Rs235 crore
06 April 2010
Punj Lloyd Group, the global engineering and construction conglomerate has secured two orders worth Rs235 crore involving construction work at Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd (MRPL), a subsidiary of ONGC Limited.
These include an order from Engineers India Ltd for construction of a petro fluid catalytic cracking unit and another from MRPL for off-site mechanical works - both for Phase III of MRPL refinery project in Karnataka.
The PFCC unit for Phase III MRPL refinery project is part of its upgradation and expansion programme, the capacity for which currently stands at 12 MMTPA.
The process unit work, to be executed over 18 months, includes fabrication, erection of piping and equipment, including heavy and super heavy lifts, structural work, painting, insulation, and commissioning support.
The offsite project involves piping, fabrication and erection of structures, their installation and testing, commissioning of pumps and vessels and fabrication, erection, testing and commissioning of the flare support system.
Punj Lloyd is engaged in utility projects and offsite works at LNG plants in Yemen. In India, the company is involved in motor spirit quality upgradation at Haldia Refinery, construction of sulphur block and utilities and offsite work at Guwahati refinery and erection of hydrogen generation and hydrocracker unit for IOCL's Haldia refinery, among others.