McDermott International, Inc. introduced it has been awarded a contract by a serious oil and gasoline operator for six crude oil storage tanks in Texas. The storage tanks will likely be a part of an vitality infrastructure challenge linking the Permian Basin in West Texas to the Texas Gulf Coast.
The scope of the challenge, which will likely be executed by CB&I Storage Solutions, consists of the engineering, procurement, fabrication and building (EPFC) of six floating roof crude oil tanks—4 with a 500,000-barrel capability every and two with a 250,000-barrel capability every. Engineering, procurement and fabrication will likely be carried out on the firm’s Houston Fairbanks workplace and fabrication facility.
“We have a robust monitor report of offering world-class storage options for main vitality infrastructure initiatives everywhere in the world,” mentioned Cesar Canals, Senior Vice President of CB&I Storage Solutions. “This new award is a testomony to our service choices and capabilities, together with our huge expertise in engineering, fabricating and establishing complicated, large-scale storage tanks.”
The award will likely be mirrored in McDermott’s fourth quarter 2019 backlog.
The contract vary for this award is between USD $1 million and $50 million.
(Source McDermott – Image: Milestone storage tanks in northern Permian Basin/AP)
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