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Aker Kvaerner secures Naphtha Splitter project in The Netherlands

Aker Kvaerner has been awarded a contract from Koch HC Partnership B.V. for an upgrade of their refinery in The Netherlands. The scope is to finalise the basic engineering and provide EPCM (Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management) services for the upgrade of Koch HC Partnership's Condensate Fractionating facility at its refinery in Europoort-Rotterdam

20 December 2007 - Aker Kvaerner has been awarded a contract from Koch HC Partnership B.V. for an upgrade of their refinery in The Netherlands. The scope is to finalise the basic engineering and provide EPCM (Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management) services for the upgrade of Koch HC Partnership's Condensate Fractionating facility at its refinery in Europoort-Rotterdam. The contract value to Aker Kvaerner is not disclosed.
 
Modifications to the existing facilities and installation of new equipment are required. The project is now underway and is being executed from Aker Kvaerner's Rotterdam office. Plant start-up is expected in 2008.
 
"We look forward to working with Koch HC to achieving greater plant processing flexibility and efficiency," said Johan Cnossen, president of AK Process, Aker Kvaerner's European Process business. "The structured project management and control features of the Aker Kvaerner Project Execution Model will be critical to the timely delivery of this project."

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