Business is booming Image: Rotary Engineering
The integrated engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) contracts will involve Rotary in the construction of some 80 tanks, common pipelines, import/export jetty topsides and the infrastructure supporting the operations of the new Tuas South project. The site was recently announced by Sinopec as the Chinese company's first operations outside its home country.
Rotary's contribution will form a shared lubricant storage facility which will serve the site's Lube Oil Blending Plants and Grease Manufacturing Plants.
Meanwhile, Rotary will also begin work at The Jubail Industrial City in Saudia Arabia where it will fulfil three new EPC contracts, comprising 14 tanks for an elastomers plant that produces high specification synthetic rubber of various types; the erection of 28 tanks at the Sadara South Tank Farm, which is also part of the Jubail petrochemical complex and fabrication works at a multi-feed petrochemical cracker in one of the world’s largest petrochemical complexes being built at Jubail.
Business is clearly booming for Singapore-based Rotary, which has now signed some $600m-worth of contracts in the first half of 2013 alone.
Published 7th August, 2013
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