KBR wins Yanbu refinery engineering contract
Houston, August 6, 2009
Saudi Aramco and ConocoPhillips have awarded KBR, a US firm providing technology services in the energy sector, an engineering contract for their Yanbu joint venutre refinery project.
Under the contract, KBR will provide detailed engineering and procurement services for the utilities package and the interconnecting systems and pipe racks for the Yanbu Export Refinery Project (YERP) in Saudi Arabia.
The project is under engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) tendering process for the final investment decision by the project sponsors, and consists of a 400,000 barrel-per-day, full-conversion refinery in Yanbu Industrial City.
This award is an extension of KBR’s current project management contract with ConocoPhillips and Saudi Aramco and follows the completion of front-end engineering and design services for the Yanbu Refinery by KBR.
“We look forward to providing further services to ConocoPhillips and Saudi Aramco for the successful execution of this significant project,” said John Quinn, president, KBR Downstream.
“This award recognizes KBR’s proven ability and track record to deliver high-quality services to our client. It also positions KBR for continued growth and future success in this market,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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