SAMREF clean fuels project award

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WorleyParsons is pleased to announce that Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery Company Limited (SAMREF) has selected WorleyParsons to execute its Clean Fuels Project at Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah, Saudi Arabia.

The project encompasses significant modifications to SAMREF’s refinery to comply with future mandatory sulfur levels of 10 parts per million in gasoline and diesel. The phased construction project is expected to begin
start-up in 2013.

WorleyParsons’ scope of work includes front-end engineering design (FEED) and full responsibility for engineering, procurement, and construction of the facilities. Dependent on finalization of the scope of work details, WorleyParsons’ services contract value could be as high as US$ 400 million. The overall project management and out-of-Kingdom scope of work will be executed in WorleyParsons’ West Coast
Operations Monrovia, California office, which is currently engaged in work supporting Saudi Aramco’s Ras Tanura refinery expansion on the country’s East coast. WorleyParsons’ Al-Khobar office will provide in- Kingdom logistics support and resources.

Commenting, the Chief Executive Officer of WorleyParsons, Mr. John Grill, said: “We are delighted that SAMREF has chosen WorleyParsons for this major undertaking with important environmental significance to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This is one of the largest contracts ever awarded to us as sole prime contractor. It affirms our place as one of the world’s leading project execution companies serving the hydrocarbons industry and continues a 53-year history of project delivery in-Kingdom.”

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