New Delhi, Feb 16 (IANS) Diversified international engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) conglomerate Punj Lloyd has bagged orders worth Rs.2,070 crore ($304 million) from Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company (Orpic) and Oman Gas Company (OGC), a company statement said here on Tuesday.
Both Orpic and OGC are owned by the government of Oman and Oman Oil Company SAOC.
“Our past experience of delivering strategic projects in Oman and our prowess in pipelines globally, both stood testament to our capabilities,” Atul Jain, president and CEO, pipeline and tankage, Punj Lloyd, said.
The scope of work for the contracts includes the construction of a 14-inch diameter, 300 km natural gas liquid (NGL) pipeline, from the New Fahud NGL Plant to the Steam Cracker Unit at Sohar in Oman, and another 32-inch diameter, 301 km gas pipeline parallel to the existing 32-inch diameter Fahud — Sohar pipeline for OGC, the statement said.
The timeline for completion of both the pipelines are within 38 and 35 months respectively.