The project involves a delayed coker unit (DCU), a once through hydrocracker revamp, a sulfur recovery unit, a green field coke yard facility, and utilities. The total installed cost of the DCU is estimated at about $650m.

Jacobs’ scope of work includes process packages for the utility and offsite facilities, a feasibility report, PMC services for execution of coker block and sulfur block, and EPCM services for the balance of the project.

Chris Nagel, vice president of Jacobs Group, said: “We are delighted to work on this project for CPCL and assist them as they strive to satisfy their clients’ expectations for high quality products.”