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CEO of LTHE discusses recent fertilizer plant contracts

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Following the recent news that TechnipFMC and L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE) have been awarded major engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contracts for two state-of-the-art natural gas based fertilizer complexes in Eastern India, LTHE’s CEO has spoken on the matter.

Subramanian Sarma, MD & CEO, LTHE said, “L&T has a proven track record of over 25+ years in the fertilizer sector and bagging these two orders from HURL reinforces our integrated capabilities in executing critical plants for fertilizers, refinery and petrochemical segments. We are extremely proud to be associated with these projects of national importance, critical to enhancing India’s food security and boosting the Make-in-India initiative.”

The EPCC contracts are for developing two fertilizer plants in Barauni (Bihar) and Sindri (Jharkhand), each of which will have a capacity of 2200 tpd of ammonia and 3850 tpd of urea. The plants will be based on Haldor Topsoe’s ammonia technology and Saipem’s urea technology.

LTHE’s scope of work will consist of the two ammonia plants. Both projects were awarded through international competitive bidding, are on lump sum turn key (LSTK) basis and shall be executed concurrently.

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