11. L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering
In March 2017, L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering Limited (LTHE) bagged orders totalling close to $623.77mn in the International market. LTHE won a major onshore EPC contract, from a prestigious client, for the design, supply, construction and commissioning of a large petrochemical facility in the Middle East. The modular fabrication business of LTHE also secured significant orders for the supply of modularised structures and skids for ongoing refinery projects in the Middle East and Africa.
L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering is a fully-owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro, an Indian multinational engaged in technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services.
12. JGC Corporation
JGC Corporation was awarded a contract in October 2016 for the gas pipeline/gas storage tank construction project in Awali, Bahrain, planned by the Bahrain National Gas Expansion Company. The project is scheduled for completion in September 2018. The value of the lump sum turnkey basis contract is approximately $91.41mn.
JGC Corporation announced in January 2016 that it has received a contract to build the gas processing facilities in Bahrain. The value of the contract is $365.6mn.
JGC Corporation was founded in 1928 as Japan’s first engineering contractor. The firm has been engaged in providing EPC services for plants and other facilities to customers in Japan and over 80 overseas countries.
13. ACS Group
ACS Group won, through Intecsa Industrial, in February 2016 the award of a contract in Egypt for a value of $370mn commissioned by the company NCIC (NASR Company for Intermediate Chemicals). The turnkey contract represents half of the total fertiliser plant to be built in Ain Sohkna and will be the largest built to date in the Egyptian fertiliser sector. The scope of the project includes the completion of basic and detailed engineering, the supply of construction equipment and materials, including assembly, and the commissioning and start-up of both plants. The project has a lead time of 30 months.
ACS Group is a worldwide reference for infrastructure development, both civil and industrial engineering projects.
14. Punj Lloyd
Punj Lloyd announced in February 2016 that it has won oil and gas EPC orders worth $304mn from Orpic and Oman Gas Company. The scope of work for the contracts includes the construction of a 14” dia, 300km natural gas liquid (NGL) pipeline and a 32” dia, 301km gas pipeline.
In April 2017, Punj Lloyd announced an EPC contract on LSTK basis in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia, worth $48.66mn. The ‘Clean Fuels Interfacing Facilities Project’ was awarded to Punj Lloyd subsidiary, Dayim Punj Lloyd, by YASREF. The project objective is to interface YASREF with the Aramco Yanbu Refinery to supply low sulphur clean transportation fuel – diesel and gasoline – for domestic distribution. In addition, the pipeline system will also contain provision to transport YASREF refined products to the western regional pipeline hub.
The Punj Lloyd Group is a diversified international conglomerate offering EPC services in energy and infrastructure.
15. Maire Tecnimont
In July 2016, Maire Tecnimont was awarded the clean fuel project by Petro Rabigh to be developed in the Rabigh Petrochemical Complex, Saudi Arabia. The project value was approximately $148mn. The scope consists in the execution on an EPC basis of a new naphtha hydrotreater unit with a capacity of 17,000bpd, a new sulphur recovery unit with a capacity of 290tpd and related interconnecting works. The completion is expected in the first quarter of 2019.
Maire Tecnimont announced in May 2016 that its main subsidiaries have been granted new awards for a total amount of approximately $160mn for licensing, engineering services and engineering-procurement activities. These contracts have been granted mainly in Europe, North America, Middle East and Asia.
Maire Tecnimont heads an industrial group that leads the international engineering and construction, technology and licensing, and energy and ventures markets.