Chiyoda Awarded an EPC Contract for a 1 Barrel per Day synthetic fuel Production Test Plant

Chiyoda Corporation is pleased to announce that it has been awarded an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract by ENEOS Corporation (Customer) for a 1 Barrel per Day (1B/D) synthetic fuel Production test plant.

The plant is part of a technology development project being conducted by the Customer, under the ‘Green Innovation Fund Project: Development of Technology for Producing Fuel Using CO2 (Project No.: JPNP21022)’, funded by the National Research and Development Agency New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO). Chiyoda will engineer, procure and construct the 1B/D test plant to produce synthetic fuels made from CO2 and hydrogen, for the future large-scale production of carbon-neutral fuels.

The purpose of test plant is to evaluate elemental technologies to improve the yield of liquid fuels to 80% or more and to demonstrate the integrated production of synthetic fuels with the aim of reducing the cost of future synthetic fuels.

Through this award, Chiyoda will contribute to the early social implementation of synthetic fuel production technology, key to realizing a carbon neutral society.

As an integrated engineering company, Chiyoda are engaged in EPC projects, and the development of technologies to realize a carbon neutral society, around the world and will continue contributing to the development of a sustainable society in line with our management philosophy of ‘Energy and Environment in Harmony’

Source: Chiyoda Corporation

Fluor Awarded EPC Contract for Mitsubishi Chemical Group Project in UK

Fluor Corporation announced that it was awarded an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract by Mitsubishi Chemical Group for its SoarnoL ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer (EVOH) facility in Saltend Chemicals Park, Hull, United Kingdom. Fluor booked its undisclosed portion of the contract in the second quarter of 2023.

“Fluor values our relationship with Mitsubishi Chemical Group,” said Jim Breuer, group president of Fluor’s Energy Solutions business. “We are excited to be a part of this important project that will reduce food waste, resulting in decreased methane emissions from landfills and a lower carbon footprint. As we collaborate with our clients to build a better world, this leads to positive societal benefits for people and our

SoarnoL is a high gas-barrier resin used to produce packaging materials that help extend the flavor and quality of foods, resulting in reduced food waste. In addition, multilayer films containing SoarnoL are certified as highly recyclable in combination with Mitsubishi Chemical Group’s recycling compatibilizer Soaresin.

Fluor’s scope of work consists of modifications to the existing facility and a new, second production line that will increase capacity by 21,000 tons per year. When completed and operational, the Saltend Chemicals Park EVOH facility will be Mitsubishi Chemical Group’s second-largest SoarnoL site in the world. Mechanical completion is scheduled for the summer of 2025.

Source: Fluor Corporation

ANDRITZ Awarded FEED Contract by Koppö Energia for Green Hydrogen Plant

Koppö Energia of Finland has selected the international technology group ANDRITZ to perform the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) for a large-scale plant to produce green hydrogen.

This order is a milestone in ANDRITZ’s strategy to become one of the world’s leading industrial partners for large-scale green hydrogen production plants.

The plant, with a capacity of 200 MW, will be built in Kristinestad, Finland as part of a Power-to-X project. The customer, Koppö Energia, is a joint venture of Germany-based Prime Capital, a renowned asset manager specializing in alternative energy projects, and CPC Finland, a subsidiary of project developer and green power producer CPC Germania.

The Front-End Engineering Design provided by ANDRITZ will include the complete hydrogen plant, incorporating the alkaline electrolyzer technology of HydrogenPro. Based on the design, the joint venture intends to place the order for the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the green hydrogen production plant at the beginning of 2024.

CEO Joachim Schönbeck said: “Green hydrogen will play an essential role in the clean energy transition. We are very happy to have received our first order in this sector and confident that – based on our long track record of implementing large-scale projects – we can contribute to making this project a success.”

“We conducted a diligent selection process before awarding the FEED agreements for our energy transition project. ANDRITZ convinced us with their comprehensive solution and system integration expertise,” said Thomas Zirngibl, Board Member, Koppö Energia Oy.

The hydrogen in Kristinestad will be produced using renewable energy, mainly wind power. Up to 500 MW of wind and 100 MW of photovoltaics power will be developed under the Koppö Energy Cluster to supply the green hydrogen plant with electricity.

Hydrogen produced from renewable sources is considered a virtually carbon-free energy carrier, making it a vital component in combating climate change. The plan for the green hydrogen produced in Kristinestad is to process it into sustainable liquefied synthetic methane (SLSM) for fueling heavy transport in a sustainable way.

In general, green hydrogen and its derivates are expected to replace fossil fuels on a large scale in the future, especially in energy-intensive, hard-to-abate industries such as steel, cement and chemical, as well as transport by ships and trucks.

Source: ANDRITZ 

L&T Construction Wins Orders for its Power Transmission & Distribution Business

The Power Transmission & Distribution Business of Larsen & Toubro has secured new orders in India and abroad. 

On the domestic front, the Business has won an order to implement SCADA/DMS and related IT infrastructure for urban area power distribution systems in central Gujarat. The scope also involves Information Storage & Retrieval, Front End Processing, Outage Management, Network Management, Dispatcher Training Simulation, Local Data Monitoring, etc. with the requisite security systems. 

Another order has been secured to build a 400kV Double Circuit Transmission Line in Jharkhand. The 133 KM line is associated with the evacuation of power from a generating station. 

In the Middle East, the Business has received an order for the construction of a ±525kV High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission segment. This link is part of a large capacity, Voltage Source Converter (VSC) based HVDC system that connects Neom Industrial City and Yanbu city in western Saudi Arabia. 

In the Sarawak region of Malaysia, the Business has bagged an order, in a consortium, to establish a 275kV Substation. Once completed, the project will help improve power supply reliability in major load centers on the northwest coast of the island of Borneo.

Source: L&T Construction

Chiyoda Awarded FEED Contract for Chemical Transformation Plant

Chiyoda Corporation (Chiyoda) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) contract from SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD. (Customer) for a carbon dioxide (CO2) to carbon monoxide (CO) chemical transformation plant (pre-treatment process for supplying bioreactors).

This plant will be used for research and development of the ‘Promotion of Carbon Recycling Using CO2 from Bio-manufacturing Technology as a Direct Raw Material | NEDO Green Innovation Fund Projects’ by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO). This efficient technology transforming CO2 to CO has been developed with a CO2 conversion rate of 90% or higher, and termed ‘Chemical Looping Technology’ by the customer. In addition to introducing the technology to the pre-treatment process for supplying gas for bioreactors, the FEED scope also includes a CO2 capture plant from combustion gas to produce the raw materials for the reaction, a hydrogen generation system, and other equipment associated with Chemical Looping Technology.

CO is a key raw material for carbon neutralitytechnologies with future demand expected to increase, Chiyoda recognizes the significance of Chemical LoopingTechnology in producing CO, and will activelycooperate with its social implementation plan following FEED.

As an integrated engineering company, Chiyoda is actively involved in the social implementation of technologies to realize carbon neutrality, including CCUS, and will continue contributing to the development of a sustainable society in line with our management philosophy of ‘Energy and Environment in Harmony’.

Source: Chiyoda

Wood awarded FEED & EPCm contract for Europe’s largest high-purity manganese processing facility

Wood, a global consulting and engineering company, has been awarded a major award by Euro Manganese to deliver a unique mineral project critical to the energy transition.  This cost-reimbursable contract will be delivered by Wood’s Projects business unit and is in line with Wood’s end market growth strategy.

Wood will deliver front-end engineering and design (FEED) and EPCm solutions for Europe’s largest proposed high-purity manganese processing facility as part of the Chvaletice Manganese Project, in the Czech Republic.

This unique and innovative project involves the processing of historic mine tailings, traditionally a waste product, to extract manganese deposits from a decommissioned mine.

Manganese is recognised as an essential mineral used in most lithium-ion batteries and the European Commission recently included it on its list of critical minerals. The Chvaletice site is the only significant identified source of manganese in the European Union. Demand for manganese is forecast to increase almost eight-fold over the next ten years in response to the dramatic uptake in electric vehicle adoption making the need for sustainable mining solutions critical.

Ken Gilmartin, CEO at Wood, said: “This project holds real significance for Wood as we continue to lead the development of critical mineral projects to support the energy transition. We have the mineral project capability and specialist expertise in advanced hydrometallurgy to successfully deliver this innovative project. This is a perfect example of the kind of projects we are passionate about as we continue to design a sustainable future for energy and materials.”

Dr. Matthew James, President & CEO of Euro Manganese, said: “Awarding the EPCm contract to Wood is the result of an extensive and robust selection process and I am very pleased to be partnering with such a high calibre engineering firm. We look forward to building a world-class facility to produce high-purity manganese, an essential component in most lithium-ion batteries. Together, we are working to advance the global energy transition.”

The combined FEED and EPCm contract has a duration of approximately four years and will be delivered collaboratively by Wood’s Project teams in Perth, Australia and Milan, Italy.

Source: Wood


ACWA Power, a leading Saudi developer, investor, and operator of power generation, water desalination, and green hydrogen plants worldwide, along with Haji Abdullah Alireza & Co (HAACO) and Al Moayyed Contracting Group (AMCG), announced the signing of an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract with a consortium of Power China, SEPCOIII, and WETICO for the 600,000 m3/day Rabigh 4 Independent Water Plant (IWP) project.

Located in the Kingdom’s Western Province on the Red Sea coast, the total Rabigh 4 IWP project cost is valued at SR 2.54 billion (US$ 677 million) and will mainly serve the Makkah and Madinah regions. Financial close for the project is expected during the third quarter of 2023.

ACWA Power currently operates the Rabigh 3 IWP in the same area, the first desalination plant of its size in the private sector. With the addition of the Rabigh 4 IWP, ACWA Power will double its desalination capacity in the area to 1.2 million m3/day and to 6.8 million m3/day across its portfolio, making it the largest private producer of desalinated water globally.

Mohammad Abunayyan, ACWA Power Chairman ” We are proud to be the world’s largest private company in desalinated water development and production, with the lowest levelised water cost, the largest plant, and the most innovative solutions.

“We are pleased with the continuous progress on the project, which further expands our presence in the key Rabigh region, which supplies water to the two Holy Cities. In the last month, during a record-breaking Hajj season, we have reliably supplied from our plants over two-thirds of the water demand in the holy sites, and I am thankful to all our colleagues who have spent time away from their families so that 2.5 million worshippers could safely perform their pilgrimage. Our presence in water desalination has already led key suppliers to localise their production in Saudi Arabia, and this project will create new employment opportunities during construction, as well as in operation and maintenance, where they will be largely staffed by young local talents from the local Electricity and Water Academy that we have developed over the last decade,”

ZHAO Qiming, SEPCOIII Chairman ” The announcement marks yet another milestone in our ongoing partnership with ACWA Power and underpins our joint commitment to advancing sustainable water solutions in the Kingdom.”

The Water Purchase Agreement (WPA) of the project was signed earlier this year by the Saudi Water Partnership Company (SWPC) after a consortium of ACWA Power, HAACO, and AMCG emerged as the preferred bidder.

ACWA Power now operates 16 desalination plants in four countries, ten of which are in Saudi Arabia. The company fulfils 30% of the Kingdom’s water demand. In 2022 alone, the company added 2.4 million m3/day of water desalination capacity via four desalination plants in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the UAE—the highest in its history.

Source: ACWA Power

McDermott Awarded Major Subsea Pipelines and Cables EPCI Project from Qatargas

McDermott secured a major contract from Qatargas Operating Company Limited to deliver engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) for the North Field Production Sustainability (NFPS) Offshore Fuel Gas Pipeline and Subsea Cables Project, COMP1.

The COMP1 project is part of the NFPS Offshore Compression Project involving the installation of new assets in Qatar’s North Field, including compression complexes at seven locations to sustain gas supply to the existing liquefied natural gas (LNG) production trains into the future.

The contract award follows the North Field Expansion Project (NFXP) contract awarded to McDermott in 2022, which is currently under execution and remains one of the largest contracts McDermott has been awarded in its company history.

“The COMP1 award reflects the confidence key customers have in our ability to deliver strategically significant energy infrastructure projects in the Middle East,” said Mike Sutherland, McDermott Senior Vice President, Offshore Middle East. “As we continue to progress the NFXP offshore contract awarded to us last year, we are helping the State of Qatar expand LNG production from 77 to 126 MTPA via the new LNG trains under construction. We are delighted to deliver this key pipeline and cable infrastructure and support the extension of the production plateau for the existing LNG trains.”

“Our continued commitment to Qatar, building end-to-end execution capability in-country and significantly enhancing the local fabrication platform via QFAB, the McDermott-Nakilat joint venture fabrication yard in Qatar, will support continued energy development in the region,” said Neil Gunnion, Qatar Country Manager and Vice President, Operations.

The scope of the contract includes the installation of 118 miles (190 kilometers) of 32″ diameter subsea pipelines, 11 miles (17 kilometers) of subsea composite cables, 116 miles (186 kilometers) of fiber optic cables, and six miles (10 kilometers) of onshore pipelines. The project will be managed and engineered entirely from the McDermott Doha office with fabrication taking place at QFAB.

McDermott defines a major contract as between USD $750 million and USD $1.5 billion.

Source: McDermott 

JGC Awarded EPC Contract for Hydrogen Project in Australia

JGC Holdings Corporation (Representative Director, Chairman, and CEO Masayuki Sato) announced that JGC Corporation Oceania Pty Ltd in Australia, the 100%-owned subsidiary of JGC Corporation (Representative Director and President Farhan Mujib) which operates the overseas engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) business of the JGC Group, has been awarded the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract for a hydrogen project in Australia planned by Sumitomo Corporation’s subsidiary Summit Hydrogen Gladstone Pty Ltd in collaboration with Rio Tinto Ltd.

The project is planned at the site of an alumina refinery plant owned and operated by Rio Tinto, and calls for the production of 250 tons of hydrogen per year by a 2.5MW electrolyzer, with EPC completion slated for 2024. Plant CO2 emissions will be reduced by converting part of the fuel for the burners used in the alumina production process from conventional natural gas to hydrogen in the future.

Starting from the feasibility study phase of the project, JGC has consistently supported the client. We believe that JGC’s EPC execution capabilities in particular were highly evaluated, leading to the contract as the first EPC project awarded to JGC in the field of hydrogen plants with proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers.

By successfully completing this project, the JGC Group will contribute to business expansion into the clean energy field, such as hydrogen and ammonia, as well as the realization of a decarbonized society.

Source: JGC Holdings Corporation 

McDermott Secures Decommissioning Contract in Western Australia

McDermott has been awarded an engineering, procurement, and removal contract for offshore decommissioning work by Woodside Energy. The award is for the full removal of the Stybarrow disconnectable turret mooring (DTM) buoy, as part of the decommissioning of the Stybarrow field located in the northwest Cape of Western Australia.

Under the contract scope, McDermott will provide project management and engineering services for the recovery, transportation, and offloading of the DTM buoy to a suitable onshore yard facility for dismantling and disposal. 

“This award not only demonstrates McDermott’s proven track record in undertaking deepwater projects of diverse scopes, but it also highlights the critical importance of decommissioning in the offshore industry,” said Mahesh Swaminathan, McDermott’s Senior Vice President, Subsea, and Floating Facilities. “With our seamless integration of engineering, fabrication, and offshore mobilization expertise, we believe we are well-equipped to execute this project efficiently and responsibly, ensuring the safe recovery and removal of the Stybarrow DTM buoy.”

McDermott’s Perth-based team will oversee project management, while engineering and fabrication support will be provided by the team in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Batam, Indonesia. The DTM buoy will be lifted and removed utilizing McDermott’s DLV2000 vessel, ensuring safe and efficient operations throughout the decommissioning process.

Source: McDermott 

Wood secures major EPCC contract extension in Brunei

Wood, a global leader in consulting and engineering, has been awarded a contract extension by Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP), Brunei’s largest energy producer. The two-year extension will focus on the continued rejuvenation of BSP’s offshore energy asset portfolio to maximise production capacity and efficiency.

The scope of the contract includes brownfield engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning services as well as the management of its offshore marine fleet. The work Wood is undertaking is expected to help maximise the production capacity of the assets.

Ken Gilmartin, CEO at Wood, commented: “Wood is pleased to continue supporting BSP’s offshore asset portfolio in the next phase of its rejuvenation project.

“This extension shows progress on our strategy; which focuses on reimbursable projects and complex work in critical industries; that we laid out last year and demonstrates the strength of our relationship with an important client in a key region. It is also testament to our track record of performance excellence, safe operations and innovative technical expertise. The award also highlights our continued focus on ensuring energy security across the region whilst minimising the environmental impact of doing so.”

Employing around 1,500 skilled employees under the contract, 65% of which are local to Brunei, Wood is committed to investing in local people and capabilities through the Wawasan Brunei 2035 programme to advance employment and skills of the country’s national workforce.

The extension to February 2026 means Wood will deliver a range of services across 20 of BSP’s offshore installations. The contract will be delivered by Wood’s Operations teams in Brunei from the company’s main location in Kuala Belait and offshore, supported by the Manila, Philippines office.

Source: Wood

Sarawak Shell Berhad Awards McDermott Offshore Transportation and Installation Contract

McDermott has been awarded an offshore transportation and installation contract from Sarawak Shell Berhad (SSB), for the F22, F27, and Selasih fields (FaS) pipelay and heavy lift project off the coast of Sarawak in East Malaysia.

Under the scope of the contract, McDermott will perform transportation and installation services for two pipeline segments and one section of flexible pipelay. McDermott will also provide pre-commissioning works on all infield pipelines and perform the structural installation of three jackets and topsides.

“This is the fourth project we are executing for Shell under the Subsea and Floating Facilities project portfolio, demonstrating the strength of our long-standing relationship,” said Mahesh Swaminathan, McDermott’s Senior Vice President, Subsea and Floating Facilities. “To ensure efficient project delivery, we will draw upon the expertise from our Kuala Lumpur center, which supports the global execution of subsea and offshore projects.”

The project management and engineering will be executed in Malaysia, leveraging local expertise. Offshore installation will be performed using the DLV2000, McDermott’s versatile heavy lift and pipelay vessel.

Source: McDermott 

Technip Energies Awarded a PMC Contract by Aramco for the Master Plan of the New Industrial City of Ras Al Khair

Technip Energies has been selected by Aramco for the project management consultancy (PMC) contract to develop the master plan for Ras Al Khair, a new industrial city in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. The city is set to house an unprecedented collection of low-carbon investments as part of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, for which Aramco is a strategic partner.

The master plan will comprise various studies, including those for optimum land use, site preparation assessment, export terminal assessment, environmental baseline assessment, hydrocarbon supply assessment, 3rd party engagement, area constructability, and modularization hub. These studies will determine the scope and program execution plan for all civil, marine, telecommunication, and industrial infrastructures that will support the primary industrial projects planned by the main tenants.

Additionally, the contract includes a number of PMC studies for the execution of the Liquid-to-Chemical Program, an ambitious initiative by the Kingdom to transform a significant portion of its oil and gas production into valuable chemical products. This program involves all the major existing Aramco downstream hubs, as well as the new development of the Ras Al Khair area.

Charles Cessot, SVP T.EN X – Consulting & Products of Technip Energies, commented: “We are pleased to have been awarded the PMC contract for the Master Plan of Ras Al Khair, an ambitious project that is at the forefront of Saudi Arabia’s vision for a low-carbon future. We look forward to working closely with Aramco to develop a comprehensive program execution plan that will support the major industrial projects planned for the Province, while also contributing to the Kingdom’s strategic goals for sustainable development.”

Source: Technip Energies

Hitachi Zosen Inova Wins a Further Operations & Maintenance Contract with the Slough Multifuel Facility

Hitachi Zosen Inova is currently building its 18th Waste-to-Energy facility in the UK and is proud to announce it has been chosen by further long-standing customers to apply its considerable experience to operate and maintain the new Slough Multifuel facility, which is located on the Slough Trading Estate in Berkshire.

Farnborough, Hampshire, UK: Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) continues to strengthen its comprehensive service offering with a second Operations & Maintenance (O&M) contract, after the one recently awarded at the Earls Gate Energy Centre in Scotland earlier this month, at the Slough Multifuel Facility in Berkshire on behalf of SSE Thermal and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners.

The new O&M service contracts at the Slough Multifuel and Earls Gate facilities demonstrates that HZI is supporting its clients with unrivalled experience and in-depth know-how by operating the two new Waste-to-Energy plants once the projects have completed their respective commissioning phases.  These contracts build on HZI’s capabilities to not only design, build and commission state-of-the-art waste treatment facilities, it also offers seamless global O&M services, supported by its highly skilled teams of operations and maintenance specialists working within the company’s expanding Systems & Service Solutions division.

For many decades, HZI has been widely recognised as a leading Engineering, Procurement and Construction partner around the world. Now, with its growing range of Service solutions following the acquisition of Steinmueller, it allows its customers to benefit from HZI’s deep knowledge in safe and efficient plant operations, as well as in performance optimisation at two of the UK’s newest Waste-To-Energy facilities.

“HZI is delighted to have been awarded the Operations and Maintenance contract with SSE Thermal and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners at the Slough Multifuel Facility which is HZI’s third O&M contract in the UK,” said Thomas Feilenreiter,Senior Vice President, HZI Systems & Service Solutions. “HZI has a long history in the design, construction and commissioning of new Waste-to-Energy projects in the UK and around the world.  This new O&M contract clearly demonstrate the long-term trust and confidence our customers have in our team’s abilities.”

The Slough facility is currently in construction and will shortly enter its commissioning phase.  The plant has an expected takeover date in the summer of 2024, when the Multifuel facility will produce electricity and heat through treating waste-derived fuels made from various sources of municipal solid waste, commercial and industrial waste, and waste wood.  HZI will operate and maintain the Slough Multifuel Facility for 25-years (2024 – 2049), which will treat around 480,000 tonnes of waste-derived fuels each year, generating 49.9MW of electricity per annum.

Supporting the UK’s environmental goals of landfill diversion and energy security
These two new Waste-to-Energy plants will support the UK’s ambitions to reduce the need to landfill non-recyclable waste, which is widely recognised as the least sustainable form of waste management.  The two Waste-to-Energy facilities will soon treat waste as a valuable resource to generate electricity and support the UK and Scottish government’s goal to combat climate change and become low carbon economies which future generations can be proud of.

Source: Hitachi Zosen Inova

Kent Wins FEED Contract for ExxonMobil’s Large-Scale Plastic Waste Advanced Recycling Program

Kent, a leading engineering company in the energy and chemicals industries, has been appointed as the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) contractor for potential expansion of ExxonMobil’s advanced recycling facilities.

Kent will provide FEED services for potential new units across seven sites under this advanced plastics recycling global portfolio program, based on the success of a trial unit in Baytown, Texas designed by Kent during 2021 and 2022. The new such units are under assessment at ExxonMobil facilities located in Baytown (Texas), Beaumont (Texas), Baton Rouge (Louisiana), Joliet (Illinois), Sarnia (Canada), Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and Antwerp (Belgium). The first unit at Baytown started up late last year as one of the largest advanced recycling facilities in North America.

Tush Doshi, COO at Kent, said: “We are proud to be associated with this project to complete FEED services for ExxonMobil’s advanced recycling projects. The win is a testament to the fantastic work we have been doing in the field of recycling waste. It is a milestone project, and this exciting program will demonstrate how the recycling process is evolving to become more efficient and pave the way to a better future for our planet.”

By turning difficult-to-recycle plastic waste back into raw materials that can be used to make new plastic and other valuable products, ExxonMobil’s advanced recycling technology can divert plastic waste from landfill or incineration and help to meet customer goals for circularity.

Sean McNelis, ExxonMobil’s Venture Project Manager, commented: “Advancing this portfolio of projects into FEED is an important milestone as we look to expand advanced recycling globally to help achieve a more circular economy.”

Source: Kent

Petrofac wins $700 million EPC contract from ADNOC

Petrofac, a leading international service provider to the energy industry, has been selected by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) subsidiary, ADNOC Gas Processing, to undertake a significant new Engineering, Procurement and Construction project at its Habshan Complex.

The contract, awarded to Petrofac Emirates, is valued at approximately US$700 million and involves the Engineering, Procurement and Construction of a new gas compressor plant. Comprising three gas compressor trains, associated utilities and power systems, the new plant will support ADNOC to substantially increase gas output from the Habshan Complex, West of Abu Dhabi.

Tareq Kawash, Petrofac’s Group Chief Executive, said: “We are thrilled to have been selected by ADNOC, one of Petrofac’s longest-standing customers, to undertake this significant new EPC project in our home market of the UAE. We very much look forward to working together with ADNOC to safely and sustainably develop this critical energy resource.”

Elie Lahoud, Chief Operating Officer, Petrofac Engineering & Construction commented: “Petrofac has a long and strong track record supporting ADNOC in the UAE, rooted in our steadfast commitment to maximising local delivery, investing in the local supply chain, and developing local teams. This focus on In-Country Value will once again underpin our approach to delivery for ADNOC on the strategically significant Habshan Complex.”

Petrofac first established a presence in the UAE in 1991 and has developed a large workforce to support both regional and international projects. With a commitment to deliver In-Country Value, Emiratisation is a key business priority and Petrofac is actively promoting current career opportunities.

Source: Petrofac