Samsung Engineering said it has received the Meed Quality Awards for Projects, in association with Mashreq 2014 for its Ruwais Fertilizer Industries (Fertil)-2 ammonia and urea plant in UAE.
Hosted by Meed, at the Gala Awards cere
Samsung Engineering and their Bahrain subcontractors ECop are on track to complete the new 16 km-long deep gravity sewer (DGS) pipeline under the Muharraq Sewage Treatment Plant (MSTP) project by year end, said a report.
The $314 million Bapco Lube Base Oil Plant has been declared the winner of the Meed Quality Awards for Projects, the only awards programme in the GCC to recognise completed quality projects.
Judged by an independent panel consisting of exp
Samsung Engineering has won a contract from Gasco (Abu Dhabi Gas Industries) for a nitrogen gas injection (NGI) plant worth $160 million.
Samsung Engineering president & CEO Park Ki-Seok and Gasco CEO Mohammed Sahoo Al Suwaidi were pre
Samsung Engineering has donated BD37,674 ($100,000), towards medical equipment and renovation of a children's ward in Salmaniya Hospital.
President and CEO of Samsung, Park Ki-Seok, handed over a cheque to acting Health Minis
A consortium led by Samsung Engineering has successfully completed the financing of the first public-private-partnership (PPP) project in Bahrain’s wastewater sector.
The Muharraq Wastewater Treatment Plant, also the first P
Deals won last week by Samsung Engineering to build Saudi Aramco's natural gas liquids (NGL) project in Shaybah oilfield are worth $2.76 billion, industry sources said on Monday.
Last Wednesday, Aramco awarded South Kore
South Korea's Samsung Engineering has been awarded contracts to build the multi-billion dollar Shaybah natural gas liquids (NGL) project in eastern Saudi Arabia, state oil giant Saudi Aramco said.
Samsung will carry out the engineering
South Korea's Samsung Engineering said on Monday it has won a 520 billion won ($461.7 million) combined heat and power plant order from Saudi Arabia.
The company said in a filing with the stock exchange that the order was for Saudi A
A consortium between South Korea's Samsung Engineering and Abu Dhabi's Invest AD have won a concession to build and operate a sewage project in Bahrain, a statement said.
The two firms, along with Britain's United Utilities, wi