Petrofac awarded India EPC contract worth around $135 millionStaff Writer |
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Petrofac has been awarded a lump-sum 27-month engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract by Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BCPL) valued at around $135 millio.
The contract is for the addition of a new Motor Sprit (MS) block of refining units, which will increase the current output of the facility to meet India's Bharat-Stage VI automotive fuel quality.
Sunder Kalyanam, group managing director for Petrofac's engineering and construction growth business, said: "Having previously executed EPC projects in India between 1997 and 2004, we are delighted to have secured this contract to deliver a new complex of units at the BPCL Kochi Refinery.
"This award demonstrates our organic growth ambitions in action, and attests to our strategy of a continued increase in our capabilities in India, a country which holds a special place in our service offering.
"Petrofac has thriving operational centres in Mumbai, Chennai and Delhi that provide engineering services through a multidisciplinary capability, supporting our projects globally.
"In addition to our core activities, we offer a comprehensive graduate training programme and are committed to social investment.
"We look forward to continuing to build a sustainable and long-term presence in-country through the safe and timely delivery of this project for BPCL." ■
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