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L&T Hydrocarbon-EMAS Chiyoda consortium wins $ 1.6 bn contract in Saudi Arabia

The contract, awarded by Saudi Aramco, is for the development of the second phase of Hasbah Offshore Gas field situated off the Coast of Saudi Arabia

BS B2B Bureau  |  Mumbai 

Oil rig; Photo courtesy: L&T
Oil rig; Photo courtesy: L&T

(LTHE), a fully owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T), in consortium with Subsea (ECS) - a 50:50 joint venture company owned by Ezra Holdings Limited and Corporation - has bagged a large (engineering, procurement, construction and installation) contract worth over $ 1.6 billion from Saudi Aramco, the Saudi Arabian oil giant and the biggest oil company in the world. 

The contract is for the development of the second phase of Hasbah Offshore situated off the Coast of Saudi Arabia. LTHE’s share in the contract value is approximately over 60 percent. This comes in as the first major contract from after the finalisation of the long term agreement executed by with LTHE-consortium in June last year. 

“We are dedicated to providing bespoke services in this region with our state-of-the art facilities and strong team delivering excellence in execution. We believe that this is the first of many successful results for our consortium and look forward to more accomplishments with our consortium partner Subsea under the long term agreement, which is for six years extendable by another six years,” said Subramanian Sarma, MD & CEO,

The consortium will be carrying out the complete work of the offshore plant which includes two streams of three wellhead platform topsides, one tie-in platform with flare platforms and bridges tied together by 20 km umbilicals and 25 km of in-field pipelines. Other works include interconnections of two 36” trunk lines to transport produced gas from offshore to Fadhili Gas Plant complete with 110 km of fibre optic and power cables for power and communication network with the onshore facilities. Other onshore facilities like beach valve station, sectionalizing valve station, four scraper traps and laying of 35 km of fibre optic cable will also be executed as part of the contract.

The project is scheduled to be completed over a period of three and half years and will serve Saudi Aramco’s strategy to supply additional 2,500 MMSCFD of clean natural gas through the Fadhili Gas Plant to meet Saudi Arabia’s growing domestic energy demand.

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L&T Hydrocarbon-EMAS Chiyoda consortium wins $ 1.6 bn contract in Saudi Arabia

The contract, awarded by Saudi Aramco, is for the development of the second phase of Hasbah Offshore Gas field situated off the Coast of Saudi Arabia

The contract, awarded by Saudi Aramco, is for the development of the second phase of Hasbah Offshore Gas field situated off the Coast of Saudi Arabia
(LTHE), a fully owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T), in consortium with Subsea (ECS) - a 50:50 joint venture company owned by Ezra Holdings Limited and Corporation - has bagged a large (engineering, procurement, construction and installation) contract worth over $ 1.6 billion from Saudi Aramco, the Saudi Arabian oil giant and the biggest oil company in the world. 

The contract is for the development of the second phase of Hasbah Offshore situated off the Coast of Saudi Arabia. LTHE’s share in the contract value is approximately over 60 percent. This comes in as the first major contract from after the finalisation of the long term agreement executed by with LTHE-consortium in June last year. 

“We are dedicated to providing bespoke services in this region with our state-of-the art facilities and strong team delivering excellence in execution. We believe that this is the first of many successful results for our consortium and look forward to more accomplishments with our consortium partner Subsea under the long term agreement, which is for six years extendable by another six years,” said Subramanian Sarma, MD & CEO,

The consortium will be carrying out the complete work of the offshore plant which includes two streams of three wellhead platform topsides, one tie-in platform with flare platforms and bridges tied together by 20 km umbilicals and 25 km of in-field pipelines. Other works include interconnections of two 36” trunk lines to transport produced gas from offshore to Fadhili Gas Plant complete with 110 km of fibre optic and power cables for power and communication network with the onshore facilities. Other onshore facilities like beach valve station, sectionalizing valve station, four scraper traps and laying of 35 km of fibre optic cable will also be executed as part of the contract.

The project is scheduled to be completed over a period of three and half years and will serve Saudi Aramco’s strategy to supply additional 2,500 MMSCFD of clean natural gas through the Fadhili Gas Plant to meet Saudi Arabia’s growing domestic energy demand.

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L&T Hydrocarbon-EMAS Chiyoda consortium wins $ 1.6 bn contract in Saudi Arabia

The contract, awarded by Saudi Aramco, is for the development of the second phase of Hasbah Offshore Gas field situated off the Coast of Saudi Arabia

(LTHE), a fully owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T), in consortium with Subsea (ECS) - a 50:50 joint venture company owned by Ezra Holdings Limited and Corporation - has bagged a large (engineering, procurement, construction and installation) contract worth over $ 1.6 billion from Saudi Aramco, the Saudi Arabian oil giant and the biggest oil company in the world. 

The contract is for the development of the second phase of Hasbah Offshore situated off the Coast of Saudi Arabia. LTHE’s share in the contract value is approximately over 60 percent. This comes in as the first major contract from after the finalisation of the long term agreement executed by with LTHE-consortium in June last year. 

“We are dedicated to providing bespoke services in this region with our state-of-the art facilities and strong team delivering excellence in execution. We believe that this is the first of many successful results for our consortium and look forward to more accomplishments with our consortium partner Subsea under the long term agreement, which is for six years extendable by another six years,” said Subramanian Sarma, MD & CEO,

The consortium will be carrying out the complete work of the offshore plant which includes two streams of three wellhead platform topsides, one tie-in platform with flare platforms and bridges tied together by 20 km umbilicals and 25 km of in-field pipelines. Other works include interconnections of two 36” trunk lines to transport produced gas from offshore to Fadhili Gas Plant complete with 110 km of fibre optic and power cables for power and communication network with the onshore facilities. Other onshore facilities like beach valve station, sectionalizing valve station, four scraper traps and laying of 35 km of fibre optic cable will also be executed as part of the contract.

The project is scheduled to be completed over a period of three and half years and will serve Saudi Aramco’s strategy to supply additional 2,500 MMSCFD of clean natural gas through the Fadhili Gas Plant to meet Saudi Arabia’s growing domestic energy demand.

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