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Duqm Refinery & Petrochemical Complex - Package 3

Name of Client : Duqm Petroleum Terminal Company (DPTC)

Estimated Budget : $800,000,000

Revised Budget : $900,000,000

Facility Type : Petroleum Oil Refinery

Sector : Oil, Refining

Status : Construction

Location : Duqm

FEED : Worley

PMC : Technip

Main Contractor : Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (CB&I); Saipem

Award Date : Q3-2017


Background

The Duqm Liquid Bulk Berths and Tank Farm Project involves the development of liquid bulk berths and terminal facilities for the import of crude oil and the export of finished products with a total storage capacity of 760 000 cu m, from the 230,000 bpd Duqm Refinery and Petrochemical Industries Company (DRPIC). The finished products handled are naphtha, Jet A1, diesel/gasoil (go), high sulphur fuel oil (HSFO), refrigerated liquefied petroleum gas (RLPG), pet coke and sulphur handling and off-loading facilities. The project also includes the deepening of the existing Duqm Port Basin to 18 m (CD), with a dredged volume of over 30 million cu m and reclamation volume of over 10 million cu m for the offshore development of the marine and topsides infrastructure on the Lee Breakwater.


Project Status

As of April 2020, Al Sarooj Construction has completed 40 per cent of its package, which includes the construction of the civil buildings.


Project Scope

The main facilities in Package 3 include the crude oil storage at Ras Markaz, an export terminal, and an 80-km crude pipeline. The detailed scope includes installation of liquid products storage tanks, dry bulk handling facilities for pet-coke and sulphur storage, loading facilities, unloading arms, ship loaders and conveyors, pipelines, buildings, workshops, road and other infrastructure, associated utilities, and operation of the facilities.


Project Finance

The client of the project is Duqm Petroleum Terminal Company (DPTC), which is a joint venture company between Oman Oil Company (OOC) and the Port of Duqm (PDC).


Project Schedules

Project Announced 2Q-2012

PMC ITB 4Q-2014

FEED 4Q-2014

EPC ITB 1Q-2015

Engineering & Procurement 3Q-2017

Construction 1Q-2019

Completion 3Q-2022




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