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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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Yanbu Aromatics FEED to be awarded to GES-plus bidders

Saudi Aramco and Sabic gives momentum to GES+ Saudi Aramco initiated the concept of  General Engineering Services Plus (GES+) initiative in order to enhance the level of competence of the local engineering companies and contractors and to contribute to create more value within Saudi Arabia. Indirectly the General Engineering Services Plus (GES+) is to increase the …

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Dow and Saudi Aramco continue to award Sadara packages

$20 billion Sadara project takes momentum in Al Jubail With 26 major production units, The Dow Chemical (Dow) and the Saudi National Oil Company Saudi Aramco are building up the world’s largest integrated petrochemical complex in Al Jubail Industrial City, in Al Sharqiya, 100 kilometers northwest Dammam in Saudi Arabia. Dow and Saudi Aramco expect their $20 …

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Tecnicas Reunidas wins three EPC contracts in Sadara complex

Dow and Saudi Aramco $20 billion Sadara takes shape Sadara Chemical Company (Sadara) is a joint venture between The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) and Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco). Once complete, Sadara petrochemical complex will be one of the world’s largest integrated chemical complex and the largest ever built in a single phase. The facility …

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Saudi local content escalates along Aramco’s GES+ initiative

Foster Wheeler, Jacobs, KBR, Mustang and SNC Lavalin signed GES+ contracts with Saudi Aramco Saudi Aramco’s General Engineering Services Plus (GES+) initiative requires that the majority of its engineering services requirements be conducted in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in order to enhance the development of training and domestic employment opportunities. With the GES+ initiative, …

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