Micro Modular Oil Refineries capacities from 150 to 50,000 Barrels per Day,
150 to 50,000 Barrels Per Day Production capacity, Mobular units, High Capacity, Ability to process heavy oils,
Burrow Ltd & Partners are the world´s leader in the supply of modular refinery units, having successfully designed, fabricated, delivered, and installed modular refineries and gas plants across the globe since 1978, from the USA to countries such as Bangladesh and Indonesia, and also Nigeria.
Today, modular refineries can be supplied up to a size of 50,000 BPD, and include hydrodesulfurization units, naphtha catalytic reformers, catalytic isomerization units, or hydrocrackers. In other words, they are complete, modern refineries, highly competitive with those built by conventional construction. Such modular refineries can, depending on the cases, be built for nearly half the cost in nearly half the time. Even large conversion refineries of 200,000 BPD can be offered on a modular basis, building several trains alongside each other, and remain highly competitive with conventional construction.
With conventional foundation-mounted refinery equipment, each piece of equipment is placed on its individual foundation at the refinery site and welders pipe the equipment together. This “stickbuilt” conventional method, under the best of conditions, requires significantly longer construction time than modular
fabrication. But in remote locations, or places unfamiliar with industrial construction, the differences in time and efficiency of construction can be dramatic: In modular construction, rather than assembling all of the components at the refinery site, the facility's structure is reduced to smaller elements that are assembled efficiently and rapidly at the Burrow & Partners fabrication plant. By performing most or all of the fabrication and assembly at a Burrow & Partners manufacturing facility, the modules, as well as the workers that put them together, are not subjected to environmental dynamics like heat, wind, or rain. Modularization minimizes inclement weather delays. Controlled working conditions yield a higher-quality product.