Mongstad refinery's delayed coker due revamp

By OGJ editors

Mongstad Refining has let a $39.8 million fabrication and construction contract to Kvaerner for a revamp of the delayed coker at its 200,000-b/d refinery at Mongstad, Norway.

According to Oil & Gas Journal’s Worldwide Refining Survey, the coker has a capacity of 24,800 b/cd.

Mongstad Refining is owned 79% by Statoil and 21% by Royal Dutch Shell PLC.

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