Maaden converts to lump-sum for Ras aL-Zour

June 2007
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;6/22/2007, Vol. 51 Issue 25, p19
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The article reports that three process packages on the multi-billion dollar Ras al-Zour fertiliser complex project, planned by the Saudi Arabian Mining Co., will be converted to lump-sum by June 30, 2007. The engineering, procurement and construction packages cover the diammonia phosphate, phosphoric acid and sulphuric acid plants. The fourth process package, covering the ammonia plant, was awarded to South Korea's Samsung Engineering on a $950 million lump-sum turnkey deal.


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