A consortium of L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE) and Subsea 7 has won a contract from Saudi Aramco for three gas production deck modules.
The consortium is already executing three offshore contracts for Saudi Aramco under a long-term agreement.
The project comprises engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation, installation and commissioning of three gas production decks with high-integrity protection systems and materials that will protect the plant for 50 years and more.
Two of the decks will be established in Hasbah and one in Arabiyah field of Saudi Aramco.
LTHE, which is a fully-owned subsidiary of Indian multinational company Larsen & Toubro, owns three fabrication yards and this project will be built at its facility at Hazira.
Meanwhile, L&T Construction – the construction arm of Larsen & Toubro – has won orders worth INR33.76bn ($519.23m) in India and overseas.
The power transmission and distribution business has secured orders worth INR12.26bn ($188.56m).
In India, the Power Transmission Corporation of Uttarakhand (PTCUL) has awarded orders for supply, erection, testing and commissioning of a 220kV double circuit transmission line from Srinagar to Rudrapur.
The power transmission and distribution business has secured another order from a utility customer in south India to build substations.
It has received urban electrification orders from the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply & Transport Undertaking (BEST) and the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) for the strengthening of sub-transmission and distribution networks under the Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS).
The power transmission and distribution business has also won orders from utility customers in the Middle East, Africa and ASEAN countries for the construction of substations and transmission lines.
L&T Construction’s water and effluent treatment business has secured an EPC order worth INR12bn ($184.68m) from the Water Resources Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh, for the execution of Kundalia Irrigation Project – Left Bank.
The project is intended to provide water for micro-irrigation to more than 60,000 hectares of the culturable command area in Agar Malwa district by lifting water from the left bank of the Kundalia reservoir on the Kalisindh river.
The scope of work includes survey, investigation, design, procurement, construction and installing of pumping system, rising and gravity main line/branch lines/distribution network, with control and automation systems.
The company’s buildings and factories business has secured orders worth INR9.5bn ($146.11m) from two clients in the health and automobile sectors.