Made a Contract to Build Yanbu Refinery Plants in Saudi Arabia

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On July 28, Daelim signed a contract for the construction of Yanbu refinery plants with a total amount of KRW2 trillion at the Aramco’s headquarters office in Saudi Arabia. This project demonstrates the largest volume among new orders of the domestic construction companies this year. As of the end of July, Daelim has received new orders worth KRW3.4 trillion from overseas markets.

This project was placed by the government-run Saudi Aramco and includes building new oil refinery plants with a total production volume of 400 thousand refined oils per day in the Yanbu Industrial City located in the western Saudi Arabia.

Among four construction packages, Daelim received two packages independently: EPC-3 process facilities for hydrotreating diesel and naphtha and recovering acid gases and sulfur, and EPC-4 process facilities for hydrocracking. This project will be completed in May 2014 and carried out on EPC lump sum turnkey base.

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