Larsen and Tubro bags Rs 1195 crore deal from ONGC
Engineering and construction major Larsen and Tubro today said it has won two projects worth Rs 1,195 crore from state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corporation to upgrade infrastructure at its Hazira and Uran complexes in Gujarat.business Updated: Aug 23, 2010 16:39 IST
Engineering and construction major Larsen and Tubro (L&T) on Monday said it has won two projects worth Rs 1,195 crore from state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corporation to upgrade infrastructure at its Hazira and Uran complexes in Gujarat.
The project involves setting up of additional processing units to enhance the gas production at the Uran unit by five million metric standard cubic meter per day (MMSCMD) and the Hazira unit by 5.6 MMSCMD.
The complexes will also have gas sweetening units, liquid petrolium gas recovery units, condensate fraction units, condensate handling units, gas dehydration units and dew point units, including other utilities.
"The scope of the contract includes project management, residual basic design, planning and monitoring, residual process engineering, detailed engineering, procurement, supply, fabrication, manufacturing, inspection, transportation, storage, construction, installation and testing, mechanical completion," said the company in a regulatory filing.