The UCO Phase 2 Project comprises the installation of a new PAU & PAR containing a new pair of reactors, exchangers, a new pump, additional control systems and all connecting pipework.
This project facilitates minimising the costs of bio-fuels compliance as per the requirements of the EU Renewable Energy Directive (RED), EU Fuels Quality Directive (FQD) and the UK Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation (RTFO) through sustained, rateable processing of increased quantities of Used Cooking Oil (UCO) in the Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) unit.
EFAB successfully supported its client with detailed Planning and preparation for this project which included:
- Development of task preparation by job stepping
- Supply of Plant & Equipment
- Management & Supervision
- Supply of direct labour
Innovation / Value Added:
- This project is being successfully completed and handed over on schedule with zero injuries to date
- Through risk assessment, applying mitigation procedures and measures in place (HSE also assessed) fabrication continued throughout the COVID-19 pandemic
- Carried out additional TA works originally assigned to others