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Lummus Announces twin heater contract from KINEF in Russia


Lummus Announces twin heater contract from KINEF in Russia

Lummus Technology announced the award of a contract from Limited Liability Company Kirishinefteorgsintez (KINEF) for two proprietary heaters that will be part of KINEF's refinery upgrade in Kirishi, Russia – 7 News

Lummus will design and supply of two proprietary fired heaters that will convert heavy oil residues, which would otherwise end up in fuels, into valuable lighter products. This award is complementary to the previous delayed coking technology license awarded by KINEF in 2018 to CLG, a joint venture between Chevron and Lummus.

This award personifies how Lummus' comprehensive technology portfolio and holistic solutions can answer our customers' industrial challenges

From digitalization to catalysts to proprietary heaters, our products and services are designed to optimize our customers' investments, improving their capital return and operational efficiency.

Leon de Bruyn, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lummus Technology

The company has been designing and supplying heaters for over seven decades. The company's delayed coking heaters can handle a wide range of feedstocks in refineries and upgraders for both fuel and specialty coke production. Current designs work in cooperation with CLG's technology and incorporate multiple cabins with single coils allowing superior individual firing and temperature control, leading to better efficiency and lower energy consumption.

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