CB&I bags EPC contract Saudi Aramco Shell Refinery

CB&I bags EPC contract for Saudi Aramco Shell Refinery

7:38 AM, 12th December 2017
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THE WOODLANDS, US: Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (CBI) has been awarded a contract for more than $95 million by Saudi Aramco Shell Refinery (SASREF). The scope of work includes the engineering, procurement and construction management for SASREF's modernization and expansion of its existing refinery in Al-Jubail city, Saudi Arabia.

CB&I has completed the conceptual design and FEED phases of the project while working with SASREF to optimize investment on the new refinery configuration. CB&I's integrated solutions will give SASREF the operating flexibility needed to generate maximum returns through sustainable fuels production, which meets Euro V regulations for cleaner emissions.

"The relationship between CB&I and SASREF extends back for more than a decade, and we have been collaborating successfully during this time," said Duncan Wigney, CB&I's executive vice president of engineering & construction.

"This award demonstrates CB&I's ability to deliver value to SASREF and our other customers in the Middle East. It also enhances CB&I's position in the region as a leading provider of energy infrastructure solutions, from conceptual design to fabrication to EPC delivery," added Wigney.

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