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India's LTHE, Subsea 7's Emas AMC win Saudi Aramco offshore contract

Contracting consortium to deliver 28 offshore jackets for Zuluf, Marjan, Safaniya, and Ribyan fields in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Aramco is developing Marjan.
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Saudi Aramco is developing Marjan.

In a consortium with Subsea 7 company Emas AMC, the energy arm of India’s Sensex-listed Larsen & Toubro (L&T), L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE), has been awarded a contract to deliver 28 offshore jackets for Saudi Aramco’s Zuluf, Marjan, Safaniya, and Ribyan fields.

LTHE said in a statement that the contract was classified as a ‘large’ deal, which the firm values between $348.6m to $697.2m.

The contractor added that the contract win demonstrated “Saudi Aramco’s trust on LTHE’s capability to deliver to a challenging schedule with excellent safety and quality performance”.

The latest contract follows LTHE's and Emas AMC's July 2019 contract win on Marjan Increment Development Project. 

At the time, LTHE said its scope of works included four tie-in platforms, one tie platform module, and nine production deck modules (wellhead decks), in addition to the installation of 217km-long subsea pipelines across 25 segments, and 145km of subsea cables across 16 segments.

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