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Aramco awards $1.4 billion MGS-3 natural gas pipeline contract to Sinopec

Saudi Arabian Oil Co. (Aramco) has awarded Sinopec International Petroleum Services Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Sinopec Oilfield Service Corp., a fixed-price, turnkey contract for the in-country engineering, procurement and construction of Packages 6 and 7 of Aramco’s Master Gas System Phase 3 (MGS-3) project.

The total length of the two packages to be constructed by Sinopec is 696 km (431.5 miles), with mechanical completion expected by May 31, 2027.

The contract is valued at SAR 5.2 billion ($1.4 billion).

Aramco last month awarded three contracts to Kalpataru Projects International Ltd. for the construction of more than 800 km of MGS-3 laterals (OGJ Online, May 23, 2024).

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