Saudi Aramco, Hyundai sign contract ethane recovery project

Saudi Aramco, Hyundai sign contract for ethane recovery project

7:24 AM, 19th November 2016
The agreement was by Tofiq H. Al Gabsani, Saudi Aramco’s acting executive director of project management; Jae Ho Junin, Hyundai director and project director and Chul Ho Ryu, general manager of the co
The agreement was by Tofiq H. Al Gabsani, Saudi Aramco’s acting executive director of project management; Jae Ho Junin, Hyundai director and project director and Chul Ho Ryu, general manager of the company’s al-Khobar branch office.

DHAHRAN, SAUDI ARABIA: Saudi Aramco and Hyundai Motor Company have signed contracts for the company’s ‘Uthmaniyah Ethane Deep Recovery Project.

The agreement was by Tofiq H. Al Gabsani, Saudi Aramco’s acting executive director of project management; Jae Ho Junin, Hyundai director and project director and Chul Ho Ryu, general manager of the company’s al-Khobar branch office, at Saudi Aramco’s Dhahran headquarters.

The project will involve the recovery of ethane, propane and natural gas liquids from sales gas at ‘Uthmaniyah.

Al Gabsani acclaimed the quality of Hyundai’s previous work with Saudi Aramco and said the two parties will maintain a high level of communication for the duration of the project.

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