Saudi Aramco inks four contracts for the $13.3bn Fadhili gas project

WCN Editorial Team 25 Jul 2016 MIDDLE EAST ENERGY & UTILITIES

Saudi Aramco has signed four engineering contracts for the construction of its SAR5bn ($13.3bn) Fadhili gas-processing project in Saudi Arabia.
 

The company has contracted Larsen & Tubro for the project’s offshore facilities; Saudi KAD for the downstream; Saudi Electric Company and Engie for the combined heat & power (CHP); and Mohammed I. Al Subeae & Sons Investment Holding Company for the residential camp.
 
The project will become a key component of the country’s master gas system, processing gas from both onshore and offshore fields.
 
The project will process a daily total of 2.5bn standard cubic feet  of non-associated gas, including 2bn standard cb ft of Hasbah offshore gas and 500M standard cb ft of Khursaniyah onshore gas.
 
Saudi Aramco believes that the project will help boost production and supply of clean-burning natural gas, lessening dependence on oil for power generation.
 
The new plant along with the company’s two other gas projects, Wasit and Midyan, will add more than 5bn standard cb ft of non-associated gas processing capacity.
 
The project is set to be complete by 2019 and will create about 4,500 jobs in the region.

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