Neste Jacobs bags Borouge’s polyethylene plant modification FEED contract

Neste Jacobs bags Borouge’s polyethylene plant modification FEED contract

12:20 PM, 20th August 2015
Neste Jacobs bags Borouge’s polyethylene plant modification FEED contract
Jarmo Suominen, CEO, Neste Jacobs. (File photo)

PORVOO, FINLAND: Neste Jacobs Oy said it has been selected by Borouge, a manufacturer of polyoleofins (joint venture of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and Borealis) as a front end engineering and design (FEED) service contractor for its polyethylene plant modification project, located in Ruwais industrial area, United Arab Emirates.

The project, executed by Neste Jacobs’ Abu Dhabi office, will be delivered within the course of year 2015.

This project is the third FEED project in a row, which Neste Jacobs is delivering to Borouge in the UAE under the long term service contract that was previously signed between the two companies (tier 1 contract). The project scope includes FEED services such as process and plant engineering and project management.

“This project is also a proof that we are generating real added values for our customers and provide high quality services competitively in the Middle East and also globally,” said Jarmo Suominen, CEO of Neste Jacobs.

“Neste Jacobs’ extensive know-how of our polyethylene process technology and our production plants combined with Neste Jacobs’ local presence in the Middle East were some of the most important selection criteria for choosing a FEED Contractor,” said Abdulla Ateya, senior vice president, technical group, Borouge.

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