Technip is awarded a gas-to-liquids contract in Uzbekistan

Tuesday, December 13, 2011
  • Technip was awarded for the front-end engineering design of a gas-to-liquids.
  • Technip's plant will be based on Sasol's world leading GTL technology.

Technip was awarded by Uzbekistan GTL LLC (1) an extension of the existing reimbursable services contract, for the front-end engineering design of a gas-to-liquids (2) plant, located 40 kilometers south of Qarshi in Uzbekistan.

This plant will be based on Sasol’s world leading GTL technology and will have a capacity of 1.4 million metric tons per year, a similar capacity of the Oryx GTL facility in Qatar implemented by Technip, with following product slate: GTL diesel, kerosene, naphtha and liquid petroleum gas.

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