Received an Order for the Construction of an Oil Refinery from Saudi Aramco

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The company clinched a deal for a large-scale oil refinery project in Saudi Arabia on July 7.

The over $10 billion project, which Saudi Aramco and France’s Total jointly pursue, is to build a new oil refinery with a capacity of 400,000 barrels per day in Jubail industrial complex. Daelim was awarded $820 million package 2B, among 5 major packages, for the plant to collect sulfur and acid gas.
Currently Daelim is undertaking the construction of polymer complex, polycarbonate plant and high-density polyethylene plant in the region, being recognized its technological capabilities by Sabic, one of the largest local government-owned companies.

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