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China’s Sinopec unit wins $1.4 billion EPC contract from Saudi Aramco

A subsidiary of China’s Sinopec Group has signed a SAR 5.17 billion ($1.4 billion) fixed-price turnkey contract with Saudi Aramco for the expansion of the Master Gas System.

Sinopec Oil Engineering and Construction Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sinopec Oilfield Service Corporation, will provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for Packages 6 and 7 of the Phase 3 pipeline project.

The total length of the long-distance pipeline and its ancillary facilities will be 696 km, Sinopec said in a statement.

The proposed main gas pipeline is 2,630 km long and the proposed sales pipeline is 1,340 km long.

The project is expected to be completed in 1,275 days.

Last month, GAS Arabian Services Company signed two EPC contracts with Saudi Aramco worth a total of $202 million for the expansion of the Master Gas System.

India’s Kalpataru Projects International Limited (KPIL) was awarded a major contract worth SAR 3.4 billion ($906.6 million) by Aramco to provide EPC services for three packages of the third expansion phase of the Master Gas System network.

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