26. Punj Lloyd
Punj Lloyd announced in February 2016 that it had 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 NGL pipeline and a 32” dia, 301km gas pipeline. In April 2017, Punj Lloyd announced an EPC contract in Saudi Arabia, worth $48.66mn. The ‘Clean Fuels Interfacing Facilities Project’ was awarded to Punj Lloyd subsidiary, Dayim Punj Lloyd, by YASREF.
27. Mott MacDonald
Qaiwan Group appointed Mott MacDonald in November 2016 to provide EPC management services for the new Xarajyan oil terminal in Iraqi Kurdistan. The facility will handle petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel, aviation turbine fuel, kerosene, fuel oil and liquefied petroleum gas. Mott MacDonald will design the first phase of the 140,800M3 storage terminal, auxiliary utilities and infrastructure facilities at Xarajyan.
28. Maire Tecnimont
Maire Tecnimont was awarded a clean fuel project in July 2016 by Petro Rabigh to be developed in the Rabigh Petrochemical Complex, Saudi Arabia. The project value was approximately $148mn. The scope consists of 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 290 tonnes per day and related interconnecting works. The pro-ject completion is expected in Q1-2019.
29. Rotary Engineering
An agreement was signed by ENOC Group in April 2017 with Rotary Engineering to construct 12 new storage tanks as part of its plans to expand the capacity of its Jebel Ali refinery by 50%. The 12 new tanks are designed to meet the latest and highest industry standards to help maintain high product quality throughout the refinery’s logistics chain. The tanks are designed to store jet fuel and naphtha, along with gasoline blend stocks.
30. Air Liquide
NPC of Iran signed a deal in August 2017 with Air Liquide for obtaining a methane-to-propane process licence. The deal also involves basic engineering of a 500,000 tonnes methane-to-propane plant. In April 2017, Air Liquide and Orpic signed a deal for the supply of nitrogen to the Liwa Plastics Industries Complex. Air Liquide will invest around $21mn to build a nitrogen production unit with a capacity of 500 tonnes of nitrogen per day.