In recent awards amounting to more than $200m, Rotary Engineering has secured three contracts for EPC-related work in Jubail Industrial City alongside an EPC deal with a multinational JV for an 80-tank shared lubricant storage facility in Singapore.
The deals for Rotary, based in both the Gulf and Asia, have been placed on top of H1 2013 orders worth more than $400m, including a massive $235m EPC contract order for 800,000m3 of storage at an oil terminal in Pulau Busing – set to be completed within two years.
Rotary’s chairman and managing director, Mr Chia Kim Piow, said: “We are glad to win a steady stream of contracts as the demand for EPC of storage and distribution infrastructure remains robust.
“We are on track for steady growth and will continue to bid for more contracts in the markets where we operate including Singapore, the Middle East and Asia and build up our strong order book.”
In the UAE, Rotary Engineering is working on the $250m EPC contract for the Fujairah Oil Terminal – a project which involves construction of 1.1 million m3 of petroleum storage and is also due for completion within two years.
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