Larsen & Toubro (L&T) announced on Wednesday that its heavy-duty division won major contracts in several markets in the third quarter of the current year.
Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Heavy Engineering’s refurbishment, upgrade and upgrade (MRU) industry has reached a major deal with major Middle Eastern hydrocarbon suppliers, the company said.
This includes detailed engineering, provision of key equipment and supplies, adherence to discipline in multiple workplaces, including multiple shutdowns during rework.
The MRU industry has also been subjected to water catalytic cracking (FCC) enhancements for other major customers in the hydrocarbon sector in the Middle East.
This victory strengthens L&T Heavy Engineering’s position as a key player in MRU’s global business. In the domestic market, the MRU industry won the Residual Fluid Catalytic Cracking (RFCC) Modernization Project as part of the Barauni Refinery (BR-9) expansion of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
RFCC units were commissioned and operated to replace hydrotreatment and flow-through residues to increase the yields of propylene used to produce polypropylene in downstream petrochemical units.
Anil Parab, L&T Board Member and Executive Vice President and Director, said: “We are delighted to receive this prestigious order from our clients and customers around the world.
Proof of our ability to provide uninterrupted service and reliable to consumers in the event of an incident. contagion, “he said. (Heavy industries) said.