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Zamil Structural Steel Co. (ZSSC) has successfully completed the fabrication, supply and delivery of Package 2 (MAB-2) of the Clean Fuels Project, containing a large tonnage of steel products, including pipe racks and process structures, for the Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC). This expansive project site is located at the Mina Abdullah coastal zone, 60 km south of Kuwait City, Kuwait.
FDH JV, a joint venture of Fluor Corporation, Daewoo E&C and Hyundai Heavy Industries, is the engineering, procurement and construction contractor for this project in southern Kuwait. KNPC currently owns and operates three major refineries: Mina Al Ahmadi (MAA), Mina Abdullah (MAB) and Shuaiba (SHU). A key goal of the Clean Fuels Project is to retire the processing facilities at Shuaiba Refinery and complete a major upgrade/expansion of the MAA and MAB refineries, creating a single KNPC refining complex.
The project also aims to boost production to meet market demand and specifications for transport fuels, to increase overall refining capacity from 736,000 BPSD to 800,000 BPSD once SHU operations have ceased, and to integrate the operating capabilities of the remaining two refineries, resulting in the most efficient utilization of the existing infrastructure. The former SHU facility will be repurposed to accommodate storage needs and operate export facilities at the complex.
ZSSC successfully supplied the entire scope of materials required by the Package 2 agreement over a period of 18 months, well within the agreed contractual delivery schedule and to the complete satisfaction of both FDH JV and KNPC. All ZSSC departments collaborated in the timely and efficient fabrication and delivery of the materials, ensuring top quality structural steel produced in accordance with KNPC specifications.
"We are proud to have provided the structural steel works necessary for completion of Package 2 of the Kuwait Clean Fuels Project," said Ashraf Eisouh, general manager of ZSSC. "Energy efficiency is a top priority among today’s businesses, and this prestigious project provides a valuable template for the consolidation and integration of resources, infrastructure and operations designed to produce a most effective result."
As one component of Kuwait’s 30-billion-dinar economic development plan, the Clean Fuels Project is expected to focus on the production of higher-value products intended for export, such as diesel and kerosene.
Zamil Structural Steel Company (ZSSC) awarded SAR 118.8 million contract for the SEC PP 14 power plant in Riyadh.
ZSSC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Zamil Industrial Investment Co. (Zamil Industrial), has been awarded a contract valued at SAR 118.8 million (USD 31.7 million) by Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) to supply various structural steel products for the Riyadh Power Plant 14 (PP 14) project in the central region of Saudi Arabia.
The contract is expected to have a positive impact on the company’s consolidated financials at the end of each stage of the project during 2015 and 2016. The duration of the contract is twelve months, with the company set to begin supplying the structural steel products in the fourth quarter of 2015. It is anticipated that all project works will be completed by the end of the second quarter of 2016.
According to the contract, ZSSC will fabricate and supply a large tonnage of various custom-made structural steel products for use in the power generation building as well as supply main and auxiliary utility racks for the PP 14 Combined Cycle Power Plant project owned by SEC and located near Riyadh.
PP 13 and PP 14 power plants are considered one of the largest power projects in the Kingdom, with each of the facilities having a capacity of between 1,600 and 1,950 megawatts.
"This project is the result of ongoing collaboration between Zamil Steel and Saudi Electricity Company to support the company’s infrastructure projects to meet the growing demand for energy,” stated Nawaf Al Zamil, vice president of Zamil Steel’s Building Products Group. "We look forward to working with SEC within the Saudi Arabian power generation sector, and are pleased to have been selected from a group of extremely qualified companies for this most prestigious project award."
Zamil Structural Steel Company Ltd., a subsidiary of Zamil Industrial Investment Co. (Zamil Industrial), was recently awarded a contract worth SAR 30.7 million (USD 8.2 million) by the Hyundai Arabia Co. Ltd. to supply various structural steel products for the Jazan Refinery and Terminal Project in the southern region of Saudi Arabia.
The contract calls for the fabrication and supply of over 4,800 metric tons of pipe racks, equipment-support structures, platforms, shelters, and other steel products for Saudi Aramco’s Jazan refinery, which will be the mainstay of a new economic city fulfilling the objectives of the economic development in Jazan.
The Jazan Refinery and Terminal Project is intended to grow the economy of the southern part of Saudi Arabia by expanding the Kingdom’s existing industries to serve domestic needs and rejuvenate the Jazan region by providing employment opportunities. When completed in late 2016, the refinery will have the capacity to process 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil, 75,000 bpd of gasoline, 250,000 bpd of low-sulfur diesel, and 80,000 bpd of vacuum-distillation material to be used as fuel for power plants. Only three other refinery projects on the same scale as this one have been commissioned worldwide in the past 20 years, according to project officials.
Known worldwide as the Middle East’s leading structural steel fabricator, Zamil Structural Steel Co. was established in 1983 to provide expertise in the fabrication and installation of structural steel and plate works for a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. The company has gained the confidence of major international engineering, procurement and construction contractors and has built a solid reputation among its customers as a preferred partner for structural steel solutions
Zamil Structural Steel Company Ltd., a subsidiary of Zamil Industrial Investment Co. (Zamil Industrial), has recently been awarded a contract worth about SAR 39.5 million (USD 10.5 million) by the Dragados Gulf Construction Company Ltd. to supply pipe racks and equipment-support structures for the National Methanol Company (Ibn Sina) polyoxymethylene (POM) plant project in Jubail Industrial City in the eastern region of Saudi Arabia.
According to the contract, Zamil Structural Steel Company will fabricate and supply over 4,500 metric tons of pipe racks, equipment-support structures and other steel products for the polyoxymethylene plant project owned by the National Methanol Company (Ibn Sina), a manufacturing affiliate of the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) in Jubail Industrial City.
The project is an expansion of Ibn Sina’s existing operations and is a joint venture between SABIC and CTE Petrochemicals Company, which is owned by Duke Energy and the U.S. specialty materials company Celanese Corporation. The POM plant at Ibn Sina is expected to have an annual capacity of 50,000 metric tons. POM is primarily used in automobiles, electronics, food processing and other vital sectors that hold substantial value to Saudi Arabia’s downstream sector development.
Known worldwide as the Middle East’s leading structural steel fabricator, Zamil Structural Steel was established in 1983 to provide expertise in the fabrication and installation of structural steel and plate works for a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. The company has gained the confidence of major international engineering, procurement and construction contractors and has built a solid reputation among its customers as a preferred partner for structural steel solutions.
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- 12-14 October 2015: KOGS
The 2nd Kuwait Oil & Gas, Kuwait
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Abu Dhabi Int'l Petroleum Exhibition & Conference
- 06–09 December 2015: IPTC, Qatar
International Petroleum Technology Conference