CB&I bags $60 million spheres storage construction contract from Petrofac Saudi Arabia

CB&I bags Petrofac’s sphere storage contract in Saudi Arabia

11:57 AM, 8th July 2014
CB&I bags $60 million spheres storage construction contract from Petrofac Saudi Arabia

THE WOODLANDS, US: CB&I has been awarded a contract valued in excess of $60 million by Petrofac Saudi Arabia Co Ltd. The project scope includes the engineering, procurement and construction of product storage spheres at a grassroots refinery being constructed in Saudi Arabia.

“We currently are constructing crude oil storage tanks for Petrofac at the same project site. This new sphere award builds on CB&I’s service offerings for our client and the operational excellence we have demonstrated in Saudi Arabia since the 1930s,” said Luke Scorsone, President, Fabrication Services operating group, CB&I.

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