The Trans Asia Refinery Ltd (TRL) has made a major announcement expressing its “complete commitment” to building the most complex refinery in Pakistan producing more than 1,00,000 barrels a day and 4 million tons of petroleum products every year. The refinery will be located at Port Qasim, Karachi.
In a major boost to the country’s economy, the TRL signaled the end of previous delays with an undertaking that “the investors have decided to push the project forward in the interests of all parties and the people of Pakistan”.
The TRL’s determination to see the project through to completion is demonstrated by two important initiatives announced the other day. First is the appointment of Descon to undertake a complete “health check” inspection of the TRL refining equipment. The second is a newly-completed restructuring of TRL management to ensure the project proceeds with all possible haste.
Sultan Al Ghurair, the new CEO of TRL, said he was “delighted to have Descon on board in order to develop the project further”. Descon is the leading engineering and construction company of Pakistan. The company said since the refinery had been delayed for some time, they “will perform a health check of critical equipment before the EPC contractor is finalised”.
The TRL project is a direct investment of Al-Ghurair Investment LLC, a UAE-based family conglomerate and one of the most diverse industrial groups in the Middle East. As the majority shareholder, Al Ghurair will play an important role in the future supply of fuel to the nation of Pakistan.
When completed, the TRL refinery will annually produce 80,000 tons of LPG, 455,000 tons of Naphtha, 410,000 tons of Motor Gasoline, 422,000 tons of Jet Fuel, 1,000,000 tons of Gas Oil – from which 630,000 tons will be treated Diesel – 1,050,000 tons of fuel oil and 200,000 tons of Bitumen. All the products of the refinery are in high demand in Pakistan.
The TRL refinery will create at least 350 direct jobs and several thousand indirect job opportunities for Pakistani workers. CEO Sultan Al Ghurair, said: “Our parent company and major shareholder, Al Ghurair Investment LLC, has always been about creating long-lasting relationships – and TRL is committed to carrying on that tradition. Al Ghurair looks forward to playing a part in the future prosperity of Pakistan and its people and the TRL refinery is proof of that commitment”.
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I suggest TRL should use few product to generate electicity which is needed badly in Karachi.This will make project more profitable and shorter pay back period.
Wellcome TRL's investors to pakistan, inshaALLAH u will earn profit from here.
Well Come TRL
We praying to start Plant Work as soon as possible
Unless I missed something, it appears that TRL intends to relocate an old refinery or else why would Descon carryout health check of equipment? This is probably an old refinery unit from UAE. Such relations don't reduce project time or cost. Many utility packages and offsite facilities will still need to be created together with roads, storm water sewer, cooling water facilities, etc.
yes Mr. Virendra Kaul TRL is an old plant dismantled from Italy. i was there in DESCON works shop when the stated health check procedure was going on. That equipment was unloaded on TRL site before approx 5 years and that is in bad condition. But DESCON can do anything :-). if BYCO oil refinary can turned live then TRL's old plant is just nothing for DESCON. WELCOME TRL in Pakistan.
well come TRL we praying to start work possibly . my name shabaz ali associate engineer petrolium an gas
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