Petrofac awarded EPCC contract for PETRONAS’ Malaysian refinery and petrochemical project

PRPC Refinery and Cracker, a subsidiary of PETRONAS, has awarded a contract to UK-based Petrofac to provide engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) services at its petrochemical project at Pengerang in Johor, Malaysia, as per

Under the contract, which is valued at over US$500 mln, Petrofac will provide services for three sulphur recovery units, two amine regeneration units, two sour water stripping units, a liquid sulphur storage unit and a sulphur solidification package unit. RAPID forms part of PETRONAS’s Pengerang Integrated Complex (PIC) development, which comprises the Pengerang co-generation plant, re-gasification terminal 2, an air separation unit, a raw water supply project, crude and product tanks, and central and shared utilities and facilities. PIC refinery start-up is expected in early 2019.

Petrofac Onshore Engineering & Construction business managing director Subramanian Sarma said: “This award represents another significant step in building our capability in the Asia Pacific region. Malaysia is a core country for us, PETRONAS a key customer, and we have a substantial physical presence in the country to support our on-going projects and future aspirations.”


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