A Hydrocracking Unit Design For A Refinery
When a southwest refiner needed a Hydrocracking unit for their refinery, they turned to KP Engineering to get the job done.
We used a licensed third party process to design and construct a 15,000 barrels per stream day (BPSD) Hydrocracker with expansion capability to 30,000 BPSD. Using a basic information package from the Licensor, our team prepared a complete FEED package for the project.
FEED Package Preparation to the EPC Phase
Our experienced project team executed the FEED package preparation effectively and efficiently. The KPE project team members transitioned from the FEED to the EPC phase allowing for stronger project continuity in between phases, and ultimately completing the EPC project on time and under budget.
KPE provided turnkey engineering, project management, procurement, fabrication and field construction services for a 15,000 BPSD mild hydrocracking unit.
KP Engineering is providing engineering, procurement and construction services for three (3) projects for a Southwest Refiner. The EPC work includes modifications to a Naphtha Fractionation Unit and a Mild Hydrocracking Unit, as well as modifications necessary to convert an existing Isomerization Unit to benzene saturation service. The work is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2012.