Mostostal Płock is part of the Mostostal Warszawa Capital Group.

Mostostal Płock will perform works on the Visbreaking Installation at the PKN Orlen plant in Płock

15 June 2021

On June 15, Mostostal Płock signed a contract with Naftoremont-Naftobudowa for the performance of a number of works as part of a task performed on the Visbreaking Installation at the PKN Orlen S.A. Production Plant in Płock. Contract value: PLN 18.2 million net.

- Mostostal Płock carries out strategic investments and the most important overhauls of installations in most sectors of the Polish industry. We also work for Polish chemistry and petrochemicals, whose projects are implemented in the highest quality. This is confirmed by our many years of work on PKN Orlen investments - says Jacek Szymanek, President of the Management Board of Mostostal Płock.

The works commissioned to Mostostal Płock are related to assembly, anti-corrosion, insulation, tests, cleaning, drying, PMI and introduction to the SZEOR system - pipelines on flyovers along with steam heating, supporting structures and fastenings. The project will be implemented as part of the investment task no. "Installation of Visbreaking at the PKN Orlen S.A. Production Plant in Płock."

In the Visbreaking installation, the vacuum residue, which has so far been used for the production of heavy fuel oils or asphalt, will be processed into high-margin products - gasoline and diesel oil. This means that the refinery will be able to carry out even more deeply processed crude oil, and thus obtain the amount of fuel per barrel by several percentage points higher than before.

Details of the concluded contract
Deadline for completion and settlement of the contract: August 31, 2022.
The contract value is PLN 18.2 million net.
Warranty period:
- for the developed documentation and works - 37 months,
- for anti-corrosion and varnish coatings, fire protection structures, chemical resistant coatings (if any) - 49 months,
- for delivered devices - in accordance with the manufacturer's warranty, not less than 24 months.