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Chiyoda Almana awarded services contract

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The Chiyoda Corporation has announced that it’s subsidiary, Chiyoda Almana Engineering LLC (Chiyoda Almana), a leading engineering and construction contractor in Qatar, has been awarded a long term engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCm) services contract by the RasGas Company Limited (RasGas).

Chiyoda Almana will provide EPCm services required for projects that support the operations of RasGas onshore and offshore facilities. The five year contract will cover small to medium sized projects for a total of seven LNG plants, three large sized gas processing plants, helium plants and other facilities operated by RasGas at Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar.

Speaking during the contract signing ceremony, Hamand Mubarak Al Muhannadi, CEO of RasGas said, “With the signing of this new five year contract, we hope to ensure continued efficiency in completing ongoing projects, maintaining the highest safety standards and drawing on the benefits of Chiyoda Almana’s familiarity with our operating assets and brownfield execution capability developed during the previous EPCm contract”.

”As a world class supplier of energy, RasGas is committed to delivering the best results in operational excellence. This commitment to quality has been reflected in the selection of the most capable contractors and establishing pre-eminent partnerships, which have made a significant contribution towards adding values to our work culture by fulfilling cost and performance targets,” he added.

Mamoru Nakano, Operation Director of Gas and LNG project Operations 1 and Senior Vice President of Chiyoda Corporation, has commented during the signing ceremony, “Chiyoda Almana has a strong business relationship with RasGas, and we are honoured to be awarded the RasGas long term EPCm services contract, which will definitely strengthen these business ties.”

Nakano continued, “We are looking forward to completing the newly awarded contract in the same manner as previously completed ones, and with the priority focused on safety performance, quality of our personnel and our record of reliable delivery.

Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

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