November 2012

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: South America

Bechtel has a license agreement with Pemex Refinación, the refining subsidiary of Mexican state oil company Pemex, for the process design of a delayed coking unit (DCU) complex for the new Tula r..

Meche, Helen, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Bechtel has a license agreement with Pemex Refinación, the refining subsidiary of Mexican state oil company Pemex, for the process design of a delayed coking unit (DCU) complex for the new Tula refinery project in Hidalgo, Mexico. The DCU complex will use Bechtel’s ThruPlus coking technology, a proprietary process for upgrading heavy oil into high-value, light hydrocarbon liquids. This technology is managed by Bechtel Hydrocarbon Technology Solutions, Inc. (BHTS), a subsidiary of Bechtel that provides technology licensing and process consulting services to the oil and gas industry. BHTS has licensed various aspects of the ThruPlus coking technology for five projects since acquiri

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