Fluor wins utilities contract at Sadara in Saudi

EPCM contract is for utilities, offsites, infrastructure at Sadara

Fluor will build a new chemicals complex for Saudi Aramcon in Jubail. Photo: NASA
Fluor will build a new chemicals complex for Saudi Aramcon in Jubail. Photo: NASA

An engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contract for utilities, offsites and infrastructure at the new Sadara chemical complex in Jubail, Saudi Arabia has been awarded to Fluor by Saudi Aramco.

A JV between Saudi Aramco and Dow, the new chemicals complex is expected to be the largest single-phase development in the world, with a planned investment of $20bn.

"Ensuring that the utilities, offsites and infrastructure and interconnecting piping arrangements are timely is a vital component of this unprecedented project," Fluor said in a statement.

Fluor's al-Khobar in Saudi Arabia, Farnborough in the UK, Manila in the Philippines and Houston offices will collaborate on delivering the contract requirements.

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