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SNC-Lavalin wins ammonia plant contract

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Salalah Methanol Company LLC (SMC) has awarded SNC-Lavalin an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for an anhydrous liquid ammonia plant located in Salalah, Oman.

The contract covers the plant’s utilities and off-site infrastructure. The facility will produce anhydrous liquid ammonia using a technology provided by Linde Group.

The project is expected to begin in March 2017 with SNC-Lavalin initially performing the early works programme.

Upon closing of financing by SMC, expected to occur in June 2017, SNC-Lavalin will continue with the engineering, procurement of equipment, construction and commissioning of the facility.

José J. Suarez, President, Mining & Metallurgy, SNC-Lavalin, said: “SNC-Lavalin has gained direct and relevant experience across our four sectors of activity over the past 40 years in United Arab Emirates and the greater Middle East region […] This new contract is testament of our continued commitment to the region and strong expertise in delivering world-class industrial facilities, while integrating a wide range of technologies in our projects […] We are proud to work with SMC in developing this new exciting project.”

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