Contract win highlights ‘Saudi Aramco’s trust’ in LTHE’s capabilities stemming from past project successes
Larsen & Toubro Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE) has won a $1.01bn contract for Saudi Aramco’s Marjan Incremental Development Project. Saudi Aramco awarded the oil field project to a consortium comprising LTHE and global offshore contractor Emas AMC.
According to a statement from parent firm Larsen & Toubro (L&T), the scope of work includes construction of oil facilities besides four tie-in platforms, one tie platform module, and nine production deck modules (wellhead decks).
In addition, the firm will be responsible for laying 217km of subsea pipelines across 25 segments and 145km of subsea cables across 16 segments. LTHE will also replace existing control gears at eight existing SA Offshore platforms and tie-in to existing systems.
The statement said that Saudi Aramco awarded the contract to LTHE due to its commitment to consistent project performance, and its ability to put forward the best team of professionals to deliver value.
L&T added that the contract win bears testimony to its execution capability with excellent safety and quality performance. The firm points out that this was ‘repeatedly demonstrated’ in the delivery of the Hasbah Gas Increment Project and other projects in the Kingdom including: Marjan, Safaniya, Zulf and Berri.
The projects were all executed through LTHE’s fabrication facilities in the Middle East and India.