Zamil Steel awarded $12m Saudi refinery contract
Zamil to supply steel requirements for Aramco Clean Fuels Project
Zamil Steel Structural Steel Division (SSD) has been awarded a $12.3million contract for the fabrication and supply of steel works for the Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery Company Clean Fuels Project located in the western region of Saudi Arabia.
The scope of the contract calls for the fabrication and supply of structural steel requirements. Worley Parsons is responsible for the front-end engineering design and detailed engineering, procurement and construction for the project.
It aims to reduce the sulphur levels in gasoline and diesel to 10 parts per million in order to meet the environmental regulations of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Zamil Steel will begin to supply the steel structures during the third quarter of 2011, and continue supplying through the end of the third quarter of 2012.
“Zamil Steel has been extensively involved with leading multinational companies, supplying structural steel components for important industrial projects that are complex in nature.
"These include power plants, petrochemical, oil and gas facilities, desalination plants, and aluminum and steel factories in the Gulf region and across other continents around the world,” said Ayman Kanaan, VP of the industrial steel products group at Zamil Steel.
“We have enhanced our expanded production facilities by adding highly-advanced manufacturing equipment. These enhancements enable us to offer dynamic, innovative steel products and solutions to the construction sector, as well as efficient services to our many repeat clients,” said Kanaan.