Fluor bags contract for AGIC's propane complex in Saudi's Jubail
The Irving-based firm will provide project management consultant services for front-end engineering design, and EPC of the project
New York Stock Exchange-listed (NYSE) engineering and construction firm Fluor has secured a project management consultant contract for Saudi Arabia-based Advanced Global Investment Company (AGIC), a subsidiary of Tadawul-listed polypropylene producer, Advanced Petrochemical.
Fluor will work on AGIC’s new propane dehydrogenation, polypropylene and utilities, and offsites complex, located in Jubail Industrial City.
The company’s scope of work involves providing project management consultant services for front-end engineering design, detailed engineering, procurement and construction, of the project.
In a statement Fluor said that it booked the contract, value of which has not been disclosed, in Q1 2020.
Speaking about the contract win, group president of Fluor’s energy and chemicals business, said: “Fluor has supported clients and safely executed projects in Saudi Arabia for more than 70 years.”
He added: “We look forward to helping AGIC and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia meet the world’s growing demand for polymers and support their efforts to diversify its economy and also become one of the world’s leading global producers of polypropylene.”
Once complete, the complex will manufacture 764756.7 tonnes per-year of propylene and 725747.8 tonnes per-year of polypropylene that will be used for the production of specialty polymers for the face masks, automotive, pipes, food packaging, and textiles industries.
The project will be led by Fluor’s offices in Farnborough, UK, and Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia, with both the offices set to provide project management consulting services, with support provided by Fluor's network of global experts.