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Shazand Arak

Project

Shazand Refinery expansion

Objectives

Refining capacity increment from 169,100 bpd to 250,100 bpd

Increasing Gasoline production

Changing feedstock composition, from 100% Ahwaz crude to a blend of 55% Ahwaz crude + 45% heavy crude from other fields

Quality improvement of oil products to meet Euro-V Standards

Observing environmental standards

Location

Arak, Shazand Refinery

Implemented by

NIOEC

Project Director

Mr. Rashid Seyedian

Contract date

July 29th 2006

Effective date

Sep 15th 2006

production date

June 14th 2010

Capacity (before and after expansion)

From 169,100 bpd to 250,000 bpd

Products

See Table 1

Feedstock

blend of 55% Ahwaz crude + 45% heavy crude from other fields

Units

See Table 2

Contractors

A consortium of Sazeh, ODCC from Iran and SEI from China

Consultants

Basic design: JGC from Japan

Project management

MAPSA and Enerchimi from Iran

License

RIPI (Iran), KTI (Italy), Technip (Italy), UOP (England), Axens (France)

Investment

€ 2.7 billion

Related Projects

Environmental Studies : Arzyaban Mohit

Project status

Detailed engineering: 78.33%

Procurement: 31.03%

Construction: 6.36%

Overall progress: 24.24%

Construction work

Earth work: 1,800,000 m3

Concrete work: 210,000  m3

Weight of equipment: 130,000 ton

Piping: 933 km

Cable work: 1,175 km

Contact Details

Tel: 021-88 80 26 47

Fax:021-88 90 17 33

Website: www.nioec.org

Email: R.seyedian@nioec.org

 

Table 1- Arak Shazand Refinery expansion project

Products

Existing capacity

(million liter)

Capacity after the expansion

(million liter)

Products increment after the expansion

(million liter)

LPG

.97

3.57

2.6

Propylene

0

1.23

1.23

Premium Gasoline

0.93

3.55

2.62

Gasoline

3.74

12.31

8.57

Kerosene (Jet Fuel)

4.18

5.95

1.77

Gas Oil

7.47

8.92

1.45

 

Table 2 –Arak Shazand Refinery expansion project

Unit

Licensor

Capacity (bpd)

ATM. Crude Distillation Unit

JGC (Japan)

80,000

No.2 Naphtha Hydrotreater Unit

Axens (France)

33,000

Octanizer Unit

Axens (France)

20,000

Isomerization Unit

RIPI (Iran)

8,500

Kerosene Hydrotreater Unit

Axens (France)

31,500

Gas Oil Hydrotreater Unit

Axens (France)

53,000

Reduced Crude Desulfurization Unit

UOP (England)

69,180

Residue Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit

UOP (England)

94,387

RFCC LPG Merox Unit

UOP (England)

28,105

Propylene Recovery Unit

UOP (England)

28,105

Cracked Gasoline Hydrotreating Unit

Axens (France)

50,500

*It should be mentioned that RCD and RFCC units would be installed and operated for the first time in Iran and in the Middle East.

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Gasoline Production Increase Project in Bandar Abbas Refinery

Project

Gasoline production increase of Bandar Abbas Refinery

Objectives

New units such as gas oil hydrotreater, light and heavy naphtha hydrotreater, catalyst regeneration, isomerization, isomerization, sour water, amine, sulfur recovery (SRU), storage tanks, facility services and other related facilities will be installed in Bandar Abbas refinery in order to gasoline production increase up to 4.8 million liters/d besides the existing capacity and also the quality improvement of gas oil.

Location

Bandar Abbas Refinery

Implemented by

NIOEC, Mr. Seyed Ghasem Hoseini

Contract date

Nov 18th 2006

Effective date

March 15th 2007

Exploitation date (production date)

In the midst of 2010

Capacity (production)

Gasoline production increase up to 4.8 million liters/d 120,000 bpd

Products

See Table 1

Feedstock

Heavy crude from Khark Island and gas condensates

Units

See Table 2

Contractors

Main contractor: PIDEC for EPC contract

Sub contractors: Abb Lummus and PIECC (Iran)

Consultants

Basic design: Axens (France), Prosernat (France)

License

Axens (France), Prosernat (France)

Amount of investment

€ 400 million

Geotechnical investigations

Zamiran Company

Project status

Basic design :98.24%

Detailed Engineering : 20.78%

Procurement : 10.94%

Construction : 7.5%

Overall Progress : 14.18%

Construction work

Earth work: 200,000 m3

Concrete work: 60,000 m3

Weight of equipment: 27,500 ton

Piping: 800,000 inch/diameter (preliminary estimations)

Cable and instrument work: 880 km

Contact Details

Tel: +98-21-66 15 32 95

Fax:+98-21-88 90 40 35

Website: www.nioec.org

Email: nioecpr@nioec.org

 

Table 1- Gasoline production increase project in Bandar Abbas Refinery

Product

Existing Production (bpsd)

Percentage

Future Production (bpsd)

Percentage

LPG

7,100

3

10,700

3.5

Gasoline

46,100

20

82,400

27

Kerosene and Jet Fuel

36,200

16

33,500

11

Gas Oil

69,500

30

74,700

24.5

Fuel Oil

66,900

29

103,300

34

Sulfur (ton in working days)

124

 

234

 


 

Table 2- Gasoline production increase project in Bandar Abbas

Units

Unit No.

Train No.

Volume

Volume Unit

Licenser

Two New Naphtha Splitter in Existing Distillation Units

01 & 71

 

38,550

Bpd

Axens

Heavy Naphtha Hydrotreater Unit

72

2

25,000

Bpd

Axens

Continuous Catalyst Regeneration Unit

700

Kg/Hr

Axens

Octanizer Unit

25,000

Bpd

Axens

Light Naphtha Hydrotreater Unit

18

1

16,000

Bpd

Axens

Light Naphtha Isomerization Unit

16,000

Bpd

Axens

Gas Oil (Diesel) Hydrodesulfurization Unit

74

1

50,000

Bpd

Axens

Sulfur Recovery Unit

79

2

120

Ton/d

Prosernat

Amine Gas Treating Unit

58

3

230

Ton/d

Non licensed (by Prosernat)

Sour Water Stripping Unit

88

3

500

Ton/d

Non licensed (by Prosernat)

Sulfur Solidification Unit

59

1

250

Ton/d

PIDEC

15 Storage Tanks

 

 

 

2,830,000 (total capacity)

BBL

PIDEC

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Process Optimization and Product Quality Improvement of Tehran Refinery

 

Project

process optimization and products quality improvement of Tehran Refinery

Objectives

Decreasing sulfur in Gas Oil and Kerosene according to EURO 2009 standards (EURO-V) up to 10 PPM

Location

Tehran Refinery utility site

Implemented by

NIOEC, Mr. Tofigh Azarmgin

Contract date

August  5th   2007

Effective date

October  16th 2008

Completion date

June  16th 2010

Capacity (before and after expansion)

No changes in existing capacity ( 250000 bpd )

Products

See Table 1

Feedstock

See Table 2

Units

See Table 3

Contractors

Ehsan Consortium : Design & Construction Co.

General Iranian Contractor,design and inspect

Consultants

-

License

TPKTI , Technip , Axens , Intertek

Amount of investment

-

Related projects

-

Project status

Detailed engineering(21.7%) , Procurement(9.3%),Construction (3.5%)

Overall Progress: 10.98%

Construction work

Earth work: 38,000 m3

Concrete work: 25,000  m3

Piping : 265,000 Inch / diameter (underground and overground )

Weight of equipment: 9,465 ton

Cable work: 10,000 m

Contact Details

Tel: +98-21-66 15 26 83

      +98-21-88 87 00 17-20

Fax: +98-21-88 87 00

        +98-21-88 90 70 63

Website: www.nioec.org

Email: AZARMGIN@nioec.org

 

Table 1:

Product Status of Tehran Refinery

 

Product

Current (BPSD )

Gasoline

45,000

Kerosene

41,500

Fuel Oil

50,100

Gas Oil

60,600

Sulphur (Ton per day )

35

 

 

Table 2- Crude Sources of Tehran Refinery

 

Crude Oil

Volume ( BPD )

Volumetric percentage

Maroon

80,300

23.46

Abtisoor

7,000

192

Ahvaz Bangestan

4,500

1.87

Ahvaz Asmari

4,500

16.04

North Dezfool

70,300

33.04

Middle East

30,400

12.67

Total

240,000

100.00

 

 

Table 3 - New Units of Tehran Refinery

New Units

Capacity

Kerosene Desulphurization Unit ( KHT )

31,500 ( BPSD )

Gas Oil Desulphurization Unit ( GHT )

53,000 ( BPSD )

Hydrogen Production Unit

42 (MMSCF)

Sulphur Recovery Unit ( SRP )

110 T/hr

Electricity Production Unit ( GTC )

5×13 MW

Storage Tanks

2×120,000 BBL

3×96,000 BBL

 

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Capacity increment of Bandar Abbas Refinery

 

Project

Capacity increment of Banadar Abbas Refinery

Objectives

debottlenecking and capacity increment from 232,000 bpd up to 320,000 bpd

Basic design , Detailed engineering, purchasing, construction and installation of some units ( detailed in a,b,c sections ) is done by NIOEC

a - Vacuum Distillation units

b – Pumps , pipelines for transferring crude oil and condensate from relevant tanks to the distillation units

c – distillation units product transferring system

Location

Bandar Abbas refinery

Implemented by

NIOEC, Mr. Ghasem Hoseini

Contract date

August 5th   2007

Effective date

October 16th 2008

Completion date

June 16th 2010

Capacity (before and after expansion)

Capacity increment of distillation units from 232,000 bpd up to 320,000 bpd

Products

See Table 1

Feedstock

See Table 2

Units

Distillation unit No. 01 and 71 along with Unit No. 20 ( Tnkage)

Contractors

Iranian public contractor and ODCC

Consultants

Basic design consultant : Snamproggetti

Workshop supervising consultant : Nargan co.

License

 

Amount of investment

€ 40 million

Related projects

Completion and  repairmen of communication routs of Bandar Abbas refinery and lowering the undergroung waters surface

Project status

Detailed Engineering: 99.7%

Procurement: 100%

Construction: 98.5%

Overall EPC progress: 99.59%

Construction work

Earth work:

Concrete work: 40,000 m3

Piping : 112,000 inch / diameter

Weight of equipment: 1,450 ton

Cable and instrument work: 58,000 m

Contact Details

Tel: +98-21-66 15 32.95

Fax:+98-21-88 90 40 35

Website: www.nioec.org

Email: nioecpr@nioec.org

 

 

Table 1- Products ton/d (Atmospheric Distillation Unit)

Product

Existing capacity

After the debottlenecking

Difference

Unstabilized LPG

283.44

307.2

23.76

Light SR Naphtha

672.48

1,310.4

637.92

Heavy SR Naphtha

1,867.2

3,136.8

1,269.6

Blending Naphtha

774.72

648

-126.7

Kerosene

2,360.16

2,880

519.84

Atm. Gas Oil

1,942.08

2,640

697.92

 

 

 

Table 2 - Products ton/d (Vacuum Distillation Unit)

Product

Existing capacity

After the debottlenecking

Difference

Light Vacuum Gas Oil

1,004.4

744

-260.4

Medium Vacuum Gas Oil

833.8

624

-209.8

Light Lube Cut

901.7

1,416

514.3

Heavy Lube Cut

1,254.5

2,208

953.5

Vacuum slops

334.8

794.4

459.6

Vacuum Residue

3,644.9

5,335.2

1,690.3

 

 

Table 3 - Feedstock (bpd)

Type

Existing capacity

After the debottlenecking

Difference

Heavy Crude Oil

220,000

294,000

74,000

Sarkhoon Gas Condensates

12,000

10,400

1,600

Paznan Gas Condensates

-

15,600

15,600

Total

232,000

320,000

88,000

 


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Process Optimization and Refining Capacity Improvement of Esfahan Refinery

 

Project

Process optimization and refining capacity improvement of Esfahan Refinery

Objectives

Reduction of heavy products like fuel oil and increase of light products like gasoline through the installation of new units

Quality improvement of main products (gasoline, kerosene and gas oil) to meet Europe oil product standards

Stabilization of optimized refining capacity of 360,000 bpd and operation flexibility increase through the installation of a new distillation units

Debottlenecking of existing units

Changing the existing pneumatic control system into advanced DCS system

Reduction or elimination of environmental polluters

Location

Esfahan Refinery

Implemented by

NIOEC, Mr. Abbas Salehinejad

Contract date

Aug 27th   2007

Effective date

Dec 24th 2007

Completion date

Dec 24th 2011

Capacity (before and after expansion)

360,000 bpd

Products

See Table 1

Feedstock

Light crude oil from Iran (Maroun)

Units

See Table 2

Contractors

Technip (Italy)

Mapna (Iran), Uhde (Germany), Lorgee (Italy), Dilem (Korea), Nargan, Chegalesh and Namvaran companies participation

Consultants

Snamproggetti

License

Axens (France), UOP (England), Topsoe (Denmark), Technip-KTI (Italy), Linde (Germany)

Amount of investment

€ 2.5 billion

Related projects

 

Project status

Basic design and detailed engineering licensor receiving: completed

Detailed Engineering: 5.85%

Overal Progress: 4.36%

Construction work

Earth work:

Concrete work:

Piping :

Weight of equipment:

Cable and instrument work:

Contact Details

Tel: +98-21-88 90 50 57

Fax:+98-21-88 89 97 09

Website: www.nioec.org

Email: nioecpr@nioec.org

 

 

 

Table 1 – Product Status of Esfahan Refinery

 

Existing Capacity

Future Capacity

Products

Bpd

Percentage

Bpd

Percentage

LPG

17,000

5%

30,000

8%

Propylene

 

 

7,400

2%

Premium Gasoline

 

 

28,000

8%

Gasoline

41,000

12%

98,000

27%

Kerosene

61,000

18%

44,600

12%

Gas Oil

109,000

33

115,000

32

Fuel Oil

89,000

27%

19,000

5%

Asphalt

17,000

5%

17,000

5%

Sulfur (ton/d)

80

 

600

 

 

Table 2- New Units of Esfahan Refinery

Package

Units

Execution

Contractor

Effective Date

Duration (months)

A1

RHU

EP Mark up

Deilim + Namvaran

Dec 22, 2007

48

A2

Propylene Recovery

EP

SEI

Dec 22, 2007

 

C

Water, power and steam utilities

EPC

Mapna

Dec 24, 2007

34

D1

SWS + Amine Treater

EP Mark up

Chegalesh

 

 

D2

Gas Oil Hydrotreater, Gasoline  hydrotreater, LPG treating,Sulfur Recovery, TGT

EP Mark up

Nargan

 

 

E

H2

EP Mark up

Nargan

 

 

B

Other

EPC

Implementation by the refinery

 

 

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Stabilization of Current Capacity of Abadan Refinery

 

Project

Stabilization of current production capacity of Abadan Refinery

Objectives

Implementation of a new refining train with the capacity of 210,000 bpd

Maximizing the gasoline production

Qualifying of oil products to meet 2009 Europe Standards (Euro-V)

Observing the environmental standards

Supplying the feedstock for downstream (Bandar Imam Petrochemical Company, oil and asphalt plant)

Location

Abadan Refinery

Implemented by

NIOEC, Mr. Ahmad Rahimi

Contract date

Basic design and licensor: Sep 15th   2007

Effective date

Sep 15th   2007

Completion date

Winter 2012

Capacity (before and after expansion)

360,000 bpd

Products

See Table1

Feedstock

Crude oil from Ahwaz Asmari, Darkhovin, Ahwaz Bangestan, Ab Teimour, Mansoor Bangestan

Units

See Table 2

Contractors

 

Consultants

Namvaran co.

License

Axens (France), UOP (England), Topsoe (Denmark), Technip-KTI (Italy)

Amount of investment

€ 1.4 billion

Related projects

Installation of 11 storage tanks and collecting of worn-out storage tanks

Project status

Basic design and detailed engineering licensor receiving: completed

Refinery Units: Basic Design(62.4%)

Storage Tanks: Overall Progress(37.7%)

Construction work

Earth work:

Concrete work:

Piping :

Weight of equipment:

Cable and instrument work: m

Contact Details

Tel: +98-21-66 15 32 97

Fax:+98-21-88 89 15 89

Website: www.nioec.org

Email: nioecpr@nioec.org

 

Table1- Product Status of Abadan Refinery

Products

Existing Capacity (bpd)

Future Capacity (bpd)

Gasoline

54,000

76,600

Premium Gasoline

 

19,200

Gas Oil

105,000

49,790

Kersone + Jet Fuel

25,500

50,420

Fuel Oil

155,000

107,000

LPG

9,000

20,600

Sulfur (ton/d)

 

180

Naphtha

 

16,000

Petrochemical Feedstock

19,000

19,000

Lube Oil

2,000

3,000

 

Table 2 – New Units of Abadan Refinery

Units

Capacity (bpd)

CDU

210,000

VDU

103,000

HVGO

56,000

FCC

45,000

Gas Oil Hydrotreating Unit

90,000

Kerosene Hydrotreating Unit

45,000

NHT

65,000

ISM

22,000

CCR

43,000

HPU

67,000 Nm3/h

AMT

Hold

N2

Hold

LPG Treating Unit (ton/d)

750

Sulfur (ton/d)

140

 

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Gasoline Production Increase Project in Esfahan Refinery

Project

Gasoline Production Increase

Objectives

Gasoline Production Increase After Implementation:25000 bpd

Location

Esfahan Refinery

Project Director

Mr. Aghanejad

Effective date

December 15th 2005

Exploitation Year

2009

New Units

Naphtha Hydrotreater, Catalytic Reformer,Isomerization

Contractors

Namvaran co. from Iran and Participation of AKPJ(India) and Dorriz co.(Iran)

Project status

Detailed engineering: 51.4%

Procurement: 27%

Civil:13.3%

Overall Progress: 23.20%

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Gasoline Production Increase Project in Tehran Refinery

Project

Gasoline Production Increase

Objectives

Gasoline Production Increase After Implementation:11000 bpd

Location

Tehran Refinery

Project Director

Mr. Tathesari

Effective date

November 8th 2006

Exploitation Year

2009

New Units

Light Naphtha Hydrotreater, Catalytic Reformer

Contractors

Chegalesh co. from Iran and Participation of Petrolinvest(Bosnia) and Radira co.(Iran)

Project status

Overall Progress: 27.76%

 

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Gasoline Production Plant in Abadan Refinery

Project

Gasoline Production Plant

Objectives

Gasoline Production Increase After Implementation:37000 bpd

Location

Abadan Refinery

Project Director

Mr. Mehraban

Effective date

May 13th 2006

Exploitation Year

2009

New Units

Cat Cracker, Alkylation, Isomerization, LPG Recovery, Soar Gas Hydrotreating, Sulfur Recovery,Propylene Recovery, Amine Treater

Contractors

PIDEC,Erection and Construction Company(ECC)(both from Iran), ABB Lummus

Project status

Engineering Design: 91.62%

Procurement: 57.16%

Overall Progress: 50.58%

 

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Expansion and Optimization of Lavan Refinery

Project

Expansion and Optimization of Lavan Refinery

Objectives

Gasoline Production Increase After Implementation:11000 bpd

Location

Lavan Refinery

Project Director

Mr. Namvar

Effective date

February 27th 2007

Exploitation Year

2012

New Units

Vacuum Distillation , Kerosene and Gas Oil Treater, Isomerization , Sulfur Recovery

Contractors

Namvaran co. and Mehvar Sazan co. (both from Iran)

Project status

Overall Progress: 30%

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