2019 RPME Top 30 EPC Contractors: Hyundai Engineering Co ranked No. 26

$1.39bn: For building the regasification plant

In March 2016, Hyundai Engineering Co was awarded the $3bn Al-Zour LNG import terminal project, the construction of a regasification facility in Al-Zour capable of liquefying 30bn M3 of natural gas a day, and eight 225,000M3 LNG storage tanks.
In March 2016, Hyundai Engineering Co was awarded the $3bn Al-Zour LNG import terminal project, the construction of a regasification facility in Al-Zour capable of liquefying 30bn M3 of natural gas a day, and eight 225,000M3 LNG storage tanks.

In March 2016, Hyundai Engineering Co was awarded the $3bn Al-Zour LNG import terminal project, the construction of a regasification facility in Al-Zour capable of liquefying 30bn M3 of natural gas a day, and eight 225,000M3 LNG storage tanks. Hyundai Engineering Co is responsible for building the regasification plant, Hyundai Engineering & Construction for the construction of the LNG storage tanks and marine facilities, and Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) for commissioning of the plant and training for the client. Of the $3bn, $1.39bn will be paid to Hyundai Engineering Co.

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