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Maaden to start execution on Saudi Arabia Phosphates City Project

Maaden awarded first EPC contract for Ammonia plant The Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Maaden) has awarded the first engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract of its giant Phosphates City Project to the South Korean engineering company Daelim Industrial. This first EPC contract is part of the $6 to $7 billion capital expenditure fertilizer project to be developed by the …

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Iraq details crude oil pipeline project to Jordan Red Sea

SNC Lavalin won FEED contract for phase-1 to Aqaba On December 2012, the Iraq Ministry of Oil (MoO) presented in London, UK, Road Show, its Strategic Crude Oil Export Pipeline Infrastructure Project across Jordan, Syria and Turkey. During this London Road Show, the Ministry of Oil also detailed the phase-1 of the Strategic Crude Oil …

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Saudi Arabia Maaden Phosphates City moving into EPC phase

Jacobs completed FEED on mining Phosphate City The Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Maaden) is moving into the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) phase for its $6 billion capital expenditure Phosphate City project. To be located in the north of Saudi Arabia, the Phosphate City project is also called Al-Khabra project as Maaden is aiming at debottlenecking the Al-Khabra phosphates mines. Through the Phosphate City …

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Lukoil selects WorleyParsons for West Qurna-2 in South of Iraq

WorleyParsons to provide project management services November 2012, OAO Lukoil (Lukoil) selected the Australian engineering company WorleyParsons to provide project management services (PMS) on the next three years for the West Qurna-2 oil field development project in southern Iraq. Discovered in 1973, the West Qurna-2 oilfield is the second largest undeveloped field in the world. …

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Jordan counts on oil shale and Shell technology to reduce energy bill

Jordan retains world fourth largest oil shale reserves If Jordan falls short of conventional oil and gas resources to sustain its economical development, it appears to hold the world fourth largest oil shale reserves after USA, China and Russia. According to actual estimations, Jordan reserves of unconventional oil in the shale deposits could reach up …

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Contractors to submit offer on Aqaba Oil Terminal

Jordan qualified 13 contractors for Red Sea oil terminal In May 2012, Jordan  Ministry of Energy and Mineral resources published the call for tender of the Aqaba Oil Terminal. Among the countries having the highest dependency on foreign energy source, Jordan imports 96% of the country’s energy consumption. Jordan holds some natural gas with the …

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