JGC Holdings Corporation has announced that JGC Corp., which operates the overseas engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) business of the JGC Group, and JGC Arabia as a Saudi Arabian subsidiary of the JGC Group, have jointly been awarded by Saudi Aramco the EPC contract for the Zuluf AH Increment Central Processing Facilities.
Saudi Aramco is promoting the Zuluf Arab Heavy Development Program to meet growing global energy demand and is planning to increase production based on an additional 600 MBCD of AH crude.
JGC has received the orders for the construction projects for the core onshore GOSP and Utility Facilities including Water Injection Facilities.
In winning this order, in addition to the relationship of trust with Saudi Aramco founded on their track record of successfully executing projects in Saudi Arabia, the project execution plans to simultaneously execute the two packages of onshore GOSP and Utility Facilities was highly evaluated.
Going forward, the JGC Group will continue to aim to win orders for projects planned by Saudi Aramco, realising job creation and technology transfer to many Saudi Arabians through the execution of such projects, thereby contributing to the further development of Saudi Arabia.
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