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Toyo wins refinery project in India

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Toyo Engineering India has successfully been awarded a contract by Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) for the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of a 3.55 MMtpy diesel hydro-treating (DHT) Unit.
The wholly owned subsidiary of Toyo Engineering Corporation, will carry out the work in Assam state of India.
NRL is a public sector undertaking governed by the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.
NRL is undertaking a major expansion project from 3 MMtpy to 9 MMtpy consisting of several process units with total project cost of $28,026 Crore (€329 million), which is part of the government’s 2030 hydrocarbon vision for the economic growth to meet the deficit of petroleum products in Northeast India.
This will be a single largest investment in that part of the country. This DHT will produce the diesel confirming to BS VI specifications by hydro treating a blend of refinery products. Toyo-India had executed another unit for NRL back in 2006.