Lummus Technology today announced that it has been awarded a contract by Enter Engineering for the Shurtan Gas Chemical Complex in Uzbekistan. Lummus’ scope includes the design and supply of four proprietary Short Residence Time (SRT) VI and VII type cracking furnaces, which will more than double the production of ethylene at Shurtan’s facility.


As part of an on-going nationwide effort to tackle the global coronavirus pandemic, Enter Engineering, the largest EPC contractor in Uzbekistan, is nearing completion of the first unit of what is planned as a 10,000-bed medical facility just outside Tashkent.


Reporters of news agency have visited construction site in Zangiota district of Tashkent region to have a closer look on the progress of construction of hospitals there. These health facilities are intended to accommodate and keep those citizens returning to Uzbekistan under quarantine due to the spread of coronavirus.


Shurtan Gas Chemical Complex, affiliated to Uzbekneftegaz, was commissioned in 2001 within Shurtan gas condensate field with an annual processing capacity of: feed gas — up to 4 bcm; natural gas for consumers — up to 3.5 bcm; pellets — above 125 ths. tons; liquefied gas — above 110 ths. tons; gas condensate — above 90 ths. tons and granulated sulfur — above 1 ths. tons.


In pursuant to Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated March 16, 2018 No. PP-3610 “On the Further Development of Football in the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2018–2022” a sponsorship agreement with PFC Nasaf until the end of 2020 for a total amount of 10 billion sums was signed on October 10 in Karshi city.

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