Saipem Secures Onshore Services Deals Worth Around $1B
Saipem has been awarded new onshore service contracts in Saudi Arabia and Mexico, and additional works of existing contracts in Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan, for a total value of approximately $1 billion.
The company secured a new contract with Saudi Aramco to carry out engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning activities for the Hawiyah Gas Plant (HGP) Expansion Project, located in the south-east of the Arabian Peninsula.
The scope of work includes the construction of two natural gas treatment units, gas dispatch units and associated utility systems.
Saipem will also conduct new engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning services for the General Lazaro Cardenas refinery in Minatitlan, in eastern Mexico, five units of the Francesco I refinery in Madero and a unit of the Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula de Hallende.
These contracts were awarded by Pemex Transformación Industrial, a subsidiary of the national oil company Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX).
Additional works were also awarded to Saipem for previously acquired projects onshore Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan.
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