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Target Engineering wins $53.3 million contract from Saudi Aramco

Target Engineering Construction Company, a subsidiary of the United Arab emirate’s Arabtec Holding revealed in a statement assigning the project by Saudi Aramco for the replacement of 5 storage tanks at Ras Tanura Refinery.
The location of the project is Ras Tanura Refinery in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
The value of the signed agreement is SAR 200 million.
As part of the details of work, Target Engineering Construction Company’s aim will replace three Naptha storage tanks and two slop oil storage tanks.
Last year, Target Engineering assigned a $74.6 million EPC contract from Saudi Aramco to upgrade a present water disposal facility at the Qatif gas oil separation plant in the kingdom’s Eastern region.

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