General Engineering Services Plus (GES+)

Saudi Aramco to award Midyan Gas Compression Project

Mustang-Hejailan completed FEED on Midyan Project Since Mustang–Hejailan completed the front end engineering and design (FEED) contract for the development of the Midyan offshore gas field, Saudi Aramco evaluated the bids submitted for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract of the Mustang onshore package of the project. Located 135 kilometers northwest of the Port of …

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Saudi Aramco revives Shoaiba Terminal project on Red Sea

Mustang-Hejailan-DAR-PI signed Shoaiba project FEED Saudi Aramco selected Mustang Engineering and its local partners Faisal Jamel Al-Hejailan Engineering Company (Mustang Hejailan), Dar Al-Riyadh Engineering Consultants (DAR) and Petro-Infrastructure Engineering Consultants Company (PI Consult) for the front end engineering and design (FEED) contract of the Shoaiba Terminal project. Located in the southwest of Saudi Arabia on the Red Sea …

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SABIC to benchmark Saudi Aramco GES+ engineering services

SABIC to ally with two engineering services companies Saudi Arabia Basic Industries Company (SABIC) is moving toward alliance with a short selection of two companies to provide engineering services in similar way to Saudi Aramco General Engineering Services plus (GES+) pre-qualification program. SABIC is preparing a call for tender for engineering services and project management consultancy …

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WorleyParsons in brief

Resources and Energy With Headoffice in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, WorleyParsons was established in 2004 from the acquisition of the Californian engineering company Parsons E&C by the Australian Worley. Parsons E&C had a long history since 1944 in the downstream sector, refining, petrochemicals and power. Worley was established under the actual form in 1987 from …

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Saudi Aramco selected EPC contractors for Jizan Refinery

Jizan Refinery to be shared between seven companies Saudi Aramco made a decisive step forward in selecting the engineering companies to build the $7 billion Jizan refinery and terminal project. To balance its economical development between its different provinces, Saudi Arabia through Saudi Aramco had selected the city of Jizan, also called Jazan, on the southern coast …

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Saudi Aramco to gear up on Saudi localization

Saudi Aramco to require “In-Kingdom EPC” contracts After implementing the General Engineering Services Plus (GES+) initiative at the design phase of the projects, Saudi Aramco is planning to enforce its requirements for the Saudi localization at the execution phase with the “In-Kingdom EPC” contracts. For some years, Saudi Arabia is investigating all the opportunities to use …

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Samsung in the lead of Saudi Aramco Luberef Expansion

Samsung submitted the lowest bid on Luberef refinery Saudi Aramco and Jadwa Investment are reviewing the final technical and commercial offers submitted by the engineering companies for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts of the Luberef Yanbu Lube Oil Refinery Expansion. Estimated to require $1 billion capital expenditure, this Luberef Yanbu Lube Oil Refinery Expansion project was tendered …

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Four contractors bidding on $1 billion Luberef Expansion

Saudi Aramco to upgrade Yanbu Lube Oil Refinery Saudi Aramco and Jadwa Investment have received the tenders from four engineering companies bidding on the expansion of Luberef Yanbu Lube Oil Refinery Expansion. The Saudi Aramco Lubricating Oil Refining Company (Luberef) is operating the lube oil refineries of Yanbu and Jeddah under the name of Saudi Aramco …

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Saudi Aramco increases scope of work for Ras Tanura refinery

Saudi Aramco extends Jacobs’s FEED on $3 billion Ras Tanura Refinery Clean Fuel and Aromatics project In May 2011 Saudi Aramco awarded the Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) to Jacobs ZATE for the Ras Tanura Refinery Clean Fuel and Aromatics project. Located in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, along the Arabian Gulf, Ras …

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