According to bank documents, the project involves the provision of up to USD 250 million sovereign loan to Alexandria Petroleum Company (APC) to exclusively finance a package of energy and water efficiency investments to modernize and upgrade the refinery with processes capable of producing higher value added products, improving the energy efficiency and the overall performance, as well as reducing the environmental impacts.
The Project will install a number of Resources and Energy efficiency investments (namely Energy Management System, Cooling Water Tower, Emissions Monitoring System), pollution and emissions reduction investments, in addition to implementing an Energy & Water Efficiency Investment Programme (EWEIP) from implementing a Waste Water Treatment as well as other modernization investments.
The Project aims to improve the refinery's efficiency, reduce its energy consumption and overall environmental impact while enhancing the plant productivity from (i) saving emissions of greenhouse gas (GHG) from increasing the refinery's output of higher quality and lower sulphur fuels in line with Euro 5 standards in addition to installing a Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS); (ii)Reducing the fuel consumption through the installation of Energy Management System (EMS) and a Vapour Recovery Unit (VRU) among other Energy efficiency investments; and (iii) Decreasing the seawater pollution risk and reducing the water usage through the installation of a Waste Water Treatment using Best Available Technology (BAT).
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Dr. Mohamed Hamdy
General Manager Assistant and Deputy Project Manager (APC)
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