Designed as a flexible feed cracker, the olefins plant can utilize both naphtha and LPG(3) feeds to produce olefins of up to 1.6 million tons per year depending on the feedstock mix. The olefins will help meet Vietnam’s rising demand for petrochemical products. The plant will also include proprietary licensed units(4) and will be based on TechnipFMC’s proprietary ethylene technology(5).
The contract adds on to the remarkable list of TechnipFMC’s references of onshore achievements in
(2)Family of molecules including in particular ethylene and propylene, which constitutes the raw material allowing for the manufacture of many plastics.
(3)LPG: liquefied petroleum gas.
(4)C3 hydrogenation, C4/C5 hydrogenation, pyrolysis gasoline hydrogenation and butadiene recovery units.
(5)The proprietary ethylene technology includes these key components:
- Ultra Selective Conversion (USC®) furnaces preferred for high selectivity and low cost,
- Heat-Integrated Rectifier System®, preferred for energy efficient ethylene recovery
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