November 22, 2020

Enppi wins long-dated contract for Saudi Aramco's projects

ArabFinance: State-run engineering firm Enppi was among eight companies that have been awarded long-term contracts for Saudi Aramco’s oil and gas brownfield and plant upgrade projects, according to a November 18th press release.

The new strategy includes establishing new businesses, besides developing partnerships based on sustainability and new technologies, the statement noted.

The six-year contracts aim to “improve cost efficiency and the quality and safety of the projects,” the Saudi oil firm noted.

Aramco might renew the agreements for an additional six years, according to the press statement.

Earlier this year, Ebppi entered into a partnership with Petrojet to meet the local petroleum market needs.


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