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Refinery Off Gas (ROG) Project Belgium

Scope of work: Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC)

Country: Belgium

Client: TOTAL Olefins Antwerp (Total Group)

Status: Completed

Project highlights

30 t/h off gas

1 saturated gas train

30 t/h off gas

1 saturated gas train

2,050 tons

PIPING

2,300 tons

20 MODULES FOR A TOTAL WEIGHT OF

Modular approach to minimize site works
Modularization completed nearby the site to overcome site constraints

The first contract relates to the execution on an EPC basis of the new ROG unit, aimed at processing refinery off gases and recovering hydrocarbons consisting of saturated and unsaturated Refinery Off Gases recovery train, new cooling towers installation, dedicated substation and instrument building. 
The new ROG Unit has been fully modularized in order to minimize site construction activities. The second contract relates to the execution on an EPCa (Engineering, Procurement and Construction assistance) basis of the modification to the existing naphtha cracker unit necessary to process the hydrocarbons streams recovered in new ROG and interconnecting works.
The project is aimed at recovering significant volumes of valuable hydrocarbons that are currently burnt as fuel gas and at processing such streams in the existing naphtha cracker.
Total’s Antwerp Refinery is one of Total’s six major integrated platforms globally, and the crucial link in Total’s integrated petrochemical complex in Belgium. This project is part of one of the biggest investment schemes in a European refinery.