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Borouge 4 Petrochemicals Complex Project

  • OnGoing Project
  • Abu Dhabi
  • Industrial Projects.

This project involves Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract to develop of Borouge 4 petrochemicals complex at Ruwais in Abu Dhabi. It is being implemented in joint venture including a world-scale, mixed-feed cracker based on output from the Ruwais refinery, as well as polyolefin and non-polyolefin production units. The project will incorporate the worlds biggest single train blended feed steam cracker and related petrochemical subsidiaries. The steam cracker will bolster units that are relied upon to deliver 2.5 million tons per year of polyethylene and polypropylene. The mixed feed cracker will be the fourth cracker in the Borouge complex and will be the worlds biggest with 1.8 million tons Ethylene yield. It will have generally speaking ability to deliver 3.3 million tons of olefins and aromatics utilizing an assortment of feedstocks, for example, Ethane, Butane and Naphtha originating from ADNOC refinery and gas handling offices. The Borouge 4 complex and polypropylene plant will allow us to grow our current petrochemical production to almost 10 million t/y, enabling us to take advantage of the market opportunities we have identified, particularly in Asia, where the high-grade polymer market is set to double by 2040. The companies will undertake a pre-front-end engineering and design (pre-FEED) of this scheme. The completion of Borouge 4 will take total capacity of the site to almost 11 million t/y of petrochemical products. The pre-FEED will take 9-10 months to complete. Client hopes to move to the FEED stage by end of 2018.

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