ORPICOman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company
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However, CB&I announced it was awarded a contract valued in excess of $40 million by Orpic.
Engineers India of New Delhi will operate the project management company, while the contract for front-end engineering and design was won by Netherlands-based Chicago Bridge & Iron Co, Orpic said in a statement seen on Wednesday without giving the value of the deals.
Nofal al Saidi, human resource services general manager at Orpic, said, 'Omani women have become a key contributor to the development of Orpic in various fields reflected by numerous successes achieved by women at the different work fields.
Ahmed bin Saleh Al Jahdhami, CEO, Orpic said "Muscat Suhar Products Pipeline and Al Jefnain Terminal project is the first of its kind being constructed in Oman -- utilising a single pipeline to produce accurate product and bringing a new level of efficiency and lower costs to its business." "The project offers many social, economic and environmental benefits, including improved road safety, efficient fuel supply, and reduced pollution by lower movement of oil tanker trucks.
The project's feasibility study point out that it will contribute by 2% to 3% of the Sultanate's GDP and will increase the contribution of Orpic projects to the GDP to 9% by 2020.
Andres Suarez, General Manager -- Orpic Logistics, Orpic, said, "Safety is our number one priority.
Oman Oil Re neries and Petroleum Industries Company (Orpic) has nalised negotiations with preferred proponents of four engineering, procurement and contracting (EPC) packages, tendered earlier this year, for its Liwa Plastics Industries Complex project.
The project will see the construction of a 175,000m[sup.3] capacity strategic fuel storage terminal at Al Jifnain near Muscat, with pipeline linkages to Orpic's two refineries at Mina al Fahal (Muscat) and Sohar, as well as Muscat International Airport.
Orpic is jointly owned by the Government of Oman and Oman Oil Company, the nation's oil energy investment business.
The ceremony was held under the patronage of H E Dr Yahya bin Mahfoudh al Mantheri, chairman of the State Council, and it was attended by H E Sheikh Mohana bin Saif al Lamki, Governor of North Batinah, a number of walis, members of the State Council, members of Majlis A'Shura, representatives of government and private authorities, CEO of Orpic and its executive team.
Nofal Al Saidi, GM -- Human Resource Services, said, "We are entering an exciting future wherein Orpic will soon transform into an international player in the global petrochemicals marketplace.