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The Skikda Rehabilitation & Adaptation Project, the USD2.6 billion project awarded by Sonatrach, consists mainly of expanding the production capacity of the Skikda refinery’s crude distillation unit (CDU) to 110% and building isomerate, para-xylene and benzene plants in Algeria., In July 2009 when Sonatrach signed the contract with Samsung Engineering, Algeria’s largest refinery ., composed., of eight production units, all built in 1979, supplied about 80% of the emerging nation’s needs for petroleum and diesel among other byproducts of oil.
Ranking 14th and 8th in oil and gas reserves, the …
The Sabah Oil & Gas Terminal (SOGT) project, owned by PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd (PCSB), Malaysia’s state-run oil company, involved constructing an oil storage, and a gas delivery terminal in Sabah for transporting to Sarawak Province of Malaysia . The terminal, completed in May 2014, now serves as the hub to produce 1,250 MMSCFD of gas and 260,000 BPSD of crude oil, which accounts for 33% of the national production. This SOGT project marked Malaysia’s first attempt in 10 years to develop and export its oil and gas reserves, and Samsung Engineering won the project largely because of its proven track records involving Southeast Asian projects. In particular, gas development in Thailand, ethylene production …
The Muharraq STP project consists of building a sewage treatment plant (STP) with a daily capacity of 100,000 cubic meters, two sludge incinerators, and a sewer conveyance system, in Muharraq, Bahrain. Samsung Engineering has completed the project facilities on schedule and, as part of the contract, will be managing their operations for next 26 years. The Project is part of the Bahrain 2030 National Masterplan for Sanitary Engineering Services, which aims, among other things, to supplement a 30-year STP in Tubli struggling to accommodate the nation’s rapid population growth. The project marked Samsung Engineering’s first overseas…
The Dong-A Meiji (DM) Bio project initially involved building a biosimilar plant with a 7,500L bioreactor and a 3,768㎡ cleanroom, in the port city of Incheon, Korea. The project, carried out on an EPC + Validation lump sum turnkey basis, is owned by Dong-A Socio Holdings, the joint venture between Dong-A Pharmaceuticals of Korea and Meiji Seika Pharma of Japan. The project was completed on time, in May 2014. The successful completion of the initial phase of the project was immediately awarded with the contract for expanding the plant’s production capacity to 8,000L. The consummation of its first bio plant project has led Samsung Engineering to two more projects owned by Samsung Biologics and Hanm…