Samsung E&A Lands Mammoth Gasoline Plant Order from Saudi Arabia

Hong Nam-gung (second from left), president of Samsung E&A, poses for a photograph with executives of Aramco after signing an settlement on Packages 1 and 4 of the Fadhili Gasoline Increment Program on the Aramco Plaza Convention Middle in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, on Feb. 2 (native time).


Samsung E&A (previously often known as Samsung Engineering) has introduced its first abroad order from Saudi Arabia after altering its title.


Samsung E&A introduced on April 3 that it held a signing ceremony with Saudi Arabia’s nationwide oil firm Aramco for the Fadhili Gasoline Increment Program’s Packages 1 and 4. The order is valued at roughly US$6 billion, the most important within the Korean engineering firm’s historical past.


The undertaking is an enlargement of the prevailing Fadhili Gasoline Plant situated 350 kilometers northeast of Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh. Samsung E&S will execute Bundle 1, which incorporates the development of a gasoline processing facility, and Bundle 4 for the development of utilities and ancillary amenities. Upon completion, the undertaking will enhance gasoline throughput from 2.5 billion cubic toes per day (2500 MMSCFD) to three.8 billion cubic toes per day (3800 MMSCFD).


Samsung E&S is at the moment engaged on the Jafurah Gasoline Processing and Unayzah Gasoline Reservoir Storage Initiatives in Saudi Arabia. This order marks the newest in a collection of main Saudi gasoline initiatives for Samsung E&A.

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