KT - Kinetics Technology

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KT- Kinetics Technology (KT) is an international Process Engineering Contractor with high expertise in hydrocarbon processing industry. The company, a subsidiary of Maire Tecnimont Group, operates as a provider of proprietary technologies and as an EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) Contractor in the chemical and oil & gas complexes. KT has significant references in the field of Sulphur Recovery Facilities, Gas Processing, Hydrogen and Syngas Production, Refinery Process Units (Delayed Coker Complex, Vacuum Distillation, Hydrocracker Complex, Hydrotreater) and the supply of Process Fired Heaters.

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