Larsen & Toubro and EMAS Chiyoda Subsea score $1.6bn Saudi Aramco EPCI contract

Larsen & Toubro and EMAS Chiyoda Subsea score $1.6bn Saudi Aramco EPCI contract

Following the announcement from Saudi Aramco that it has signed a series of news contracts for the development of its Fadhili gas projects, Larsen & Toubro subsidiary L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE) and EMAS Chiyoda Subsea (ECS) have announced they’ve won a share of the contracts with a large EPCI contract.

The contract, valued at over $1.6bn, will see the L&T EMAS consortium carrying out engineering, procurement, construction and installation of the plant at Hasbah Offshore Gas field which includes two streams of three wellhead platform topsides, one tie-in platform with flare platforms and bridges tied together by 20km umbilicals and 25km of in-field pipelines. Other work includes interconnections of two trunk lines to transport produced gas from offshore to the Fadhili Gas Plant.

Subramanian Sarma, MD & CEO of L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering, said, “We are dedicated to providing bespoke EPCI services in this region with our state-of-the art facilities and strong team delivering excellence in execution. We believe that this is the first of many successful results for our consortium and look forward to more accomplishments with our consortium partner EMAS Chiyoda Subsea under the long term agreement, which is for six years extendable by another six years.”

The project is scheduled to be completed over a period of three and half years and LTHE’s share in the contract value is over 60%.

Jason Jiang

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