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Aramco has chosen contractors to carry out engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) works on 17 packages on the third expansion phase of the $10 billion Master Gas System network (MGS-3) being developed in the Kingdom.

The first two packages involve the upgrade of existing gas compression systems and the installation of new gas compressors, while the other 15 packages are related to laying gas transport pipelines across a variety of locations.

The first two packages involve the upgrade of existing gas compression systems

Letters of intent (LoIs) have been issued to the following contractors for 16 EPC packages of the MGS-3 project:

  • Package 1: China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Company (China)
  • Package 2: Sepco (China)
  • Packages 3 & 12: Gas Arabian (Saudi Arabia)
  • Packages 4 & 9: Mapa (Turkey)
  • Package 5: Bin Quraya (Saudi Arabia)
  • Packages 6 & 7: Sinopec Petroleum Services (China)
  • Package 8: Larsen & Toubro Energy Hydrocarbon (India)
  • Packages 10 & 14: Nesma & Partners (Saudi Arabia)/Sicim (Italy)
  • Package 11: Max Streicher (Germany)
  • Packages 13, 15 & 17: Kalpataru Power Transmission (India)
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