This project finances Suez Oil Processing Company to undertake energy efficiency investments, and other refurbishments at the Suez refinery. This includes the installation of a New Vapour Recovery Unit (VRU), the refurbishment of the old coker unit and a number of energy efficiency investments identified to improve operational performance, environmental footprint and utilisation rate of the refinery.
The loan will be provided on a sovereign basis to the Arab Republic of Egypt. The ultimate beneficiary will be SOPC.
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Eng. Hussein Awad
Inspection General Manager SOPC
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