Punj Lloyd wins EPC job in Qatar

One of India’s largest engineering and construction firms has bagged an EPC order from Qatar Petroleum worth US $181 million (QR658 million)
Punj Lloyd wins EPC job in Qatar
By Administrator
Sat 06 Jan 2007 12:00 AM

One of India’s largest engineering and construction firms has bagged an EPC order from Qatar Petroleum worth US $181 million (QR658 million).

Punj Lloyd’s scope of work includes the laying of a 97.2km pipeline and bi-directional and multi-product pipelines, three new stations, six modification stations, decommissioning of the existing pipeline and demolition of nine existing stations.

“Punj Lloyd has a very strong presence in the Middle East, particularly in the civil pipeline and process plants segment. With this order we will further strengthen our foothold in the Middle East,” said Atul Punj, chairman, Punj Lloyd.

The company has acquired a majority stake in SembCorp Engineers & Contractors and recently entered into a joint venture with ground handling firm, Swissport International.

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