WorleyParsons awarded project management consultancy contract for hydrocracking complex in Egypt

WorleyParsons has been awarded a four‐year project management consultancy (PMC) contract for the new Assiut Hydrocracking Complex (AHC Project) in Egypt, by Assiut National Oil Processing Company (ANOPC).

WorleyParsons has won the PMC contract for the new hydrocracking complex by Assiut National Oil Processing Company.
WorleyParsons has won the PMC contract for the new hydrocracking complex by Assiut National Oil Processing Company.

The contract is part of the upgrade of the refining capacity and efficiency in the Upper Egypt area.

Under the contract, WorleyParsons will oversee the basic engineering phase, open book estimate, detailed design, procurement, construction and commissioning of the AHC Project.

It is estimated that the new complex will process the conversion of 2.5 million tonnes per year of heavy fuel oil into high-quality petroleum products such as diesel, liquefied petroleum gas, naphtha, kerosene and gasoline.

We are pleased to continue our relationship with ANOPC and support Egypt’s vision to further expand their downstream oil industry,” said Andrew Wood, CEO of WorleyParsons.

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