CENTRAVIS is admitted as an approved supplier for Lummus Heat Transfer (CB&I), a worldwide leader in engineering and construction for petrochemical, refining and power generation industries

CENTRAVIS has been qualified as an approved tubular products supplier for Lummus Heat Transfer (CB&I), a key provider of process technologies used in petrochemical, refining and power generation industries, as well as a global EPC contractor.

CB&I provides a fully-integrated package of advanced process technologies and a complete spectrum of engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction services. The Company’s processes are known all over the world for their reliability and efficiency. The company is a worldwide leader in ethylene and propylene production technologies – over 40% of the world ethylene and more than 30% of the world propylene is produced at Lummus equipment.

“CENTRAVIS keeps increasing its share in the U.S. pipe market. Regardless the global drop in oil production and refining, the situation seems to be quite positive in the segments of line pipes as well as furnace tubes, applied for cracking furnaces. Implementation of some LNG-projects, construction of pipelines, connecting new oil production regions with transport infrastructure, construction of ethylene and propylene production equipment will be the steady drivers for strong demand for piping in the United States in the next couple of years. The approval of such global company as Lummus Heat Transfer (CB&I) is a recognition of high quality of CENTRAVIS products and solutions, and it offers the challenges for further participation in major projects in oil refining and power generation sector, where the requirements to suppliers are significantly high”, – says Yuriy Dinets, Sales and Marketing Manager for Centravis Sales America.

CENTRAVIS products have been successfully certified by the U.S. key oil producing and refining companies, such as Exxon, Shell, BP North America, DOW Chemical, Valero, ChevronPhillips, Flint Hills Resources, Phillips 66, Marathon Petroleum, KBR, Technip, Fluor, GE Power, CB&I, KOCH Heat Transfer, S & B Engineering.

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