Given the large scale of this project, Fluor leveraged its U.S. execution platform. The Houston and Irvine offices shared the design and engineering effort, with Houston managing the large procurement purchases and logistics.
Process units in the project include:
- 250,000-BPD atmospheric crude unit with light ends processing
- Large catalytic reformer
- Naphtha hydrofiner
- LGO hydrofiner
- Kerosene hydrofiner
- Residfiner for desulfurization of atmospheric residuum with some vacuum resid
- Fluor aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) scrubbers with MEA regeneration facilities
- Hydrogen plant, utilizing MEA-scrubbed refinery gas as a feedstock
- Sulfur units with an aggregate capacity of 847 tons per day
- Offsites, including four 600-psi waste heat boilers with feed water treating facilities, four gas turbine generators, a 60-million-gallons-per-minute refinery cooling water system, an 8-10-million-gallons-per-day industrial water treating and distribution system, and two 8000-standard-cubic-feet-per-minute centrifugal compressors for refinery air service
The local task force reached peaked with over 250 personnel, with over 2.8 million home office hours for engineering and procurement activities.