Made a Contract for the KNPC’s LPG TRAIN-4 Project in Kuwait

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A contract for the LPG TRAIN-4 Project was signed at the KNPC’s headquarters office in Kuwait on July 19.

Farouk H. Al-Zanki, President of the project owner KNPC, Yoon Kim, President & CEO in the Overseas Plant Division of Daelim, and Young-Han Moon, the Korean Ambassador to Kuwait attended the ceremony and celebrated the contract.

The KNPC’s LPG TRAIN-4 Project is to build gas plants which are able to produce ethane, propane and butane by treating about 805 MMSCFD gases and 106.3 MBPD condensates in the Mina Al Ahmadi oil refinery plant complex located 40km south of Kuwait City. It was placed an order by KNPC of Kuwait and the project volume reaches US$900 million, or KRW1.097 trillion. This project will be continued for 36 months.

Daelim received the order on the EPC lump sum turn-key project

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