AMEC SPIE’s Pipeline Business Wins Share Of Russian Project

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1st August 2003) - AMEC, the international engineering services company, announces that the Shell-led Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd., has awarded a $1.2 billion pipeline contract to a consortium of Russian and European companies that includes AMEC SPIE Capag.

The contract involves construction of 1,600 kilometers of oil and gas pipeline on Sakhalin Island, in Russia's far east, linking two oil and gas fields to an export terminal and liquefied natural gas plant in the south.

AMEC SPIE Capag, in collaboration with Starstroi, Saipem SpA and Lukoilneftegazstroï, will participate on engineering and design support, procurement and delivery of equipment and materials, provision of project management and supervision personnel for inside Russia activities.

The value of this contract is US $222 million and completion of the project is set for the second half of 2006.

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