Engineers India has signed a pact with Indian Oil Corp to provide Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) services for implementing BS VI quality up-gradation programme at its six refineries.
“These refineries are Panipat, Mathura, Gujarat, Haldia, Bongaigaon and Digboi,” EIL said in a press release.
The quality upgradation projects are being undertaken in view of Government of India’s target of implementing BS-VI norms across the country by April 1, 2020.
As per the guidelines of Government of India, these quality upgradation projects need to be completed across all the refineries of IOCL on time in order to ensure that BS-VI norm fuel (MS and HSD) can be made available from April 1, 2020.
EIL has recently conducted the configuration study for the facilities required at these Refineries to make them BS VI compliant.
EIL shall render EPCM services and will provide project management, process design and detailed engineering, expediting services, quality assurance, construction management and supervision and assistance in start up, commissioning services to IOCL.
For Gujarat, Haldia and Bongaigaon the technology for the Diesel upgradation unit is licensed indigenously, it added.
EIL is one of the Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) and Total Solutions Consultancy Organization in the fields of Petroleum Refining, Petrochemicals, Pipelines, Oil & amp; gas terminals, storages, fertilisers, mining & amp; metallurgy and Infrastructure projects.
The company is also working in diversified areas of Water & Waste Management and has made inroads into the areas of nuclear, solar and thermal power.
EIL has successfully expanded its operations internationally, and has provided a wide range of engineering consultancy services on various international projects, including in the Middle East, North Africa and South East Asia.