LTHE-EMAS Chiyoda Consortium Nets Saudi Aramco EPCI

TP-20 tie-in platform in Safaniya field.

L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE) in consortium with EMAS Chiyoda Subsea has secured two engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contracts from Saudi Aramco.

The first contract is for the supply and installation of four wellhead decks in the Safaniya field.

The second contract includes upgrade on 17 platforms in various offshore fields in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia.

Subramanian Sarma, L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering’s MD & CEO, said, “We are delighted with the new awards. It is an opportunity for Aramco to benefit from our flagship facility at Hazira as the center of fabrication of the four decks in one of the contracts. It is also an opportunity for our consortium to build in-Kingdom skills and capabilities to deliver the brownfield work in the other project.”

L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering provides complete EPCI solutions for the offshore oil and gas industry combining customized engineering, procurement, fast-track project management and fabrication and installation capabilities.

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