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Samsung Engineering Awarded Industrial Gases Plant Contract in Saudi Arabia

11:22 PM MDT | July 28, 2009 | Deepti Ramesh and Natasha Alperowicz

Samsung Engineering has won a $300-million contract from National Industrial Gases Co., a Sabic subsidiary, to build an air separation unit (ASU) at Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia. The complex will be designed to produce 3,550 m.t./day of gaseous oxygen, 3,600 m.t./day of nitrogen, and 150 m.t./day of argon from compressed air. Samsung Engineering will provide the license, engineering, procurement and construction services under a lump-sum turnkey contract. The complex is due to start up in 2011.   Samsung Engineering won the contract against strong...

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