RIL – Jamnagar Petrochemical Complex Expansion – Gujarat - Project Profile
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Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) is undertaking the expansion of an existing petrochemical complex in Gujarat, India.
The project involves the construction of a petrochemical complex with a capacity of 2 million tonnes per annum (MPTA) and a 450 MW pet coke-based power plant. The project is being implemented in phases.
The project includes the construction of an off-gas cracker, which will increase the capacity of ethylene from 1.883MTPA to 3.248MTPA; propylene from 0.759MTPA to 0.913MTPA; monoethylene glycol from 0.733MTPA to 1.466MTPA; low-density polyethylene from 0.19MTPA to 0.59MTPA; high-density and linear low-density polyethylene from 0.928MTPA to 1.478MTPA; and paraxylene from 1.856MTPA to 3.656MTPA.
The first phase includes the recovery of ethylene gases from various units in the refineries and this will be used to produce low-density polyethylene (LDPE).
The second phase includes the recovery of ethane and propane from the residual gases, besides setting up a cracker unit to further produce products like ethylene and propylene. Various downstream products like low LDPE and mono ethylene glycol can be produced from this unit.
The third phase includes the expansion of the capacity of gasification plants, ethylene cracker plant, and paraxylene plant.
The project also includes the construction of an ethane/naphtha steam cracker, storage tanks, a polyethylene plant and the installation of pipelines.
On May 3, 2012, Fluor Daniel India Pvt Ltd was appointed to provide project management services.
On July 6, 2012, Technip India Ltd was awarded a contract for technology supply and engineering work for the refinery off-gas cracker (ROGC).
On December 6, 2012, Jacobs Engineering was selected to provide engineering and procurement assistance services for the construction of a 0.75MTPA mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) plant.
In April 2013, Amec Foster Wheeler was appointed to provide engineering and procurement services for paraxylene plant. The project is being executed from Foster Wheeler's Indian and UK offices.
Linde India Ltd, a part of Linde Group, has been appointed to build two air separation units (ASUs) to supply high-purity oxygen to the ethylene glycol facilities.
Steel Konnect India Pvt. Ltd has been appointed as steel structure supply contractor, Gannon Dunkerley & Co., Ltd, Hajee A.P Bava & co and Global Multi Services as a civil engineer, Simplex Infrastructures as civil works contractor and Schneider Electric India Ltd as an electrical consultant for the project.
On January 22, 2014, ALSTOM T&D India Ltd was awarded a US$17 million contract to provide power transformer packages.
In August 2014, Siemens Ltd was appointed to supply steam turbine generation units. The scope of work includes designing, manufacturing, supplying and commissioning of four SST-600 steam turbine generation units.
In February 2015, Metso Corporation was appointed to supply valves, accessories and spare parts. Petron Engineering Construction Ltd was appointed to undertake mechanical works for linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) plant.
Essar Heavy Engineering Services (EHES) is supplying Hi-end equipment to Linde and MPIL Steel Structures Limited is supplying mechanical equipment for the project.
Paraxylene plant is being executed in three trains. The first train was commissioned in December 2016 and the mechanical works on the second train completed in early April 2017.
On June 9, 2017, construction works were completed on the third phase of the project.
In January 2018, construction activities on ROGC complex were completed.
Construction works on the remaining scope of the project are underway and are scheduled to be completed by the first quarter of 2019.
The project involves the expansion of a petrochemical complex with a capacity of 2MPTA in Jamnagar, Gujarat, India.
The US$11,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an ethane/naphtha steam cracker
2. Construction of storage tanks
3. Construction of a polyethylene plant
4. Construction of an off-gas cracker
5. Construction of a 1.466MTPA Mono Ethylene Glycol plant
6. Construction of a paraxylene plant
7. Construction of a 450MW pet coke-based power plant
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