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Target Engineering secured $74.6 million EPC Contract by Saudi Aramco

Abu Dubai’s Target Engineering Construction Company, a subsidiary of Arabtec Holding, revealed in a statement that, it has been assigned an Engineering Procurement, Construction Contract for Upgrade of presented Water Disposal Facility by Saudi Aramco.

The project located is in the Qatif area, the eastern zone of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The value of the signed contract is $74.66 million.

Project details:
As per the project’s field of Work, Target will be in charge of upgrading and evolutive a present water disposal facility at Qatif’s gas-oil separation plant (GOSP-1). Target will work on the establishment of a water-oil separation vessel, water disposal pumps, water injection pumps, low-pressure de-gassing tank water draw-off pumps, and a pipeline to transfer oily water from Ju’aymah Terminal to Qatif’s GOSP-1.

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