Aramco awards $4.7bn contracts for Fadhili plant

Sep 16, 2015 12:00 AM

Saudi Aramco has selected Spain's Tecnicas Reunidas and Britain's Petrofac for the award of $4.7bn worth of contracts for the Fadhili gas plant in Saudi Arabia, industry sources told.

Petrofac has reportedly won the package for sulphur recovery unit worth $1.7bn, while Tecnicas won the other two packages for the gas processing unit ($2bn) and utilities and offsites ($1bn).

"They received notification last week; a letter of intent," said one of the sources.

The project includes three construction packages for the gas processing unit, utilities and offsite facilities such as nitrogen, steam, power and water systems, and sulphur recovery.

Once completed the Fadhili plant will be able to process 2.5bn standard cubic feet per day (scfd) of sour gas from the onshore Khursaniyah and offshore Hasbah fields.

Reuters reported in July that Italy's Saipem and South Korea's Daelim Industrial were among the bidders, with Tecnicas bidding for two packages on its own, and in conjunction with South Korea's GS Engineering and Construction for the third.

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