Saudi Arabia: natural gas liquids project

Samsung Engineering has won contracts industry experts peg at USD 2.76 billion to build Saudi Aramco’s natural gas liquids project in Shaybah oilfield. Aramco awarded South Korea-based Samsung Engineering four construction packages for the project which in total is estimated to have a cost of USD 5 to 6 billion. Samsung will build the project’s inlet and gas treatment facility, NGL recovery and utility facilities, a cogeneration plant and will upgrade gas handling facilities from existing Shaybah gas oil separation plants (GOSPs). The project will process 2.4 billion CUF/day of low-sulphur sweet gas from Saudi Arabia’s southeastern Shaybah oilfield, sending on 264,000 bpd of NGLs for fractionation at a processing plant.

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