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Samsung Engineering Lands Big Contracts in Saudi Arabia

1:47 PM MDT | July 31, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Samsung Engineering says it has been awarded two contracts in Saudi Arabia worth a combined $1.4 billion. It will build a 3,300-m.t./day ammonia plant at Ras al-Zour, based on Uhde technology, under a $946-million deal with Saudi Arabian Mining Co. (Riyadh). The complex is due onstream at the end of 2010. Samsung’s other contract, worth $400 million, is from Saudi Kayan and covers construction of a previously announced amines complex at Al...

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