EMAS AMC and Larsen & Toubro consortium clinches six-year Saudi Aramco contract

EMAS AMC and Larsen & Toubro consortium clinches six-year Saudi Aramco contract

Singapore: Singapore-listed offshore service provider Ezra Holdings has announced that its subsea service division, EMAS AMC, together with India’s Larsen & Toubro Hydrocarbon Engineering have signed a six-year EPCI and services agreement with Saudi Aramco.

Under the agreement, which includes options to extend a further six years, the two companies will execute offshore projects with Saudi Aramco that include work such as project management, engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation and installation works (EPCI) of offshore facilities including platforms, pipelines, submarine cables in addition to other offshore services.

“We are grateful to Saudi Aramco for giving us this opportunity to showcase our project enabling assets and operational excellence in the Middle East, and this endorsement will drive the subsea business forward, bolstering our track record as a global solutions provider,” said Lionel Lee, ceo of Ezra Holdings.

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