Snc-Lavalin Awarded Contract For Saudi Aramco’s Khurais Water Injection Program

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April 13, 2006

SNC-Lavalin and Saipem S.A., in joint venture, have been awarded a converted lump sum turnkey contract by Saudi Aramco to design and build the seawater injection plants which form a key part of the Khurais Oil Field Development Program in Saudi Arabia. The four injection plants have a capacity of injecting over four million barrels of treated seawater per day.

The contract commences on a reimbursable basis converting to a fixed price lump sum turnkey contract once the project’s details are further defined.

"We have enjoyed a continuous working relationship with Saudi Aramco in the Kingdom for well over 10 years," said Jean Beaudoin, Executive Vice-President, SNC-Lavalin. "This contract further confirms Saudi Aramco’s confidence in SNC-Lavalin’s technical expertise and clearly indicates its satisfaction with the services we have provided."

The Khurais oilfield development is the largest of several Saudi Aramco projects intended to boost the production capacity of Saudi Arabia’s oilfields from 11.3 million barrels/day to 12.5 million barrels/day by 2009. The field, with an area of 2,890 km2, is located about 250 km southwest of Dhahran.

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