Hareket of Turkey wins a heavy lifting contract for upcoming Duqm refinery in Oman
The construction of the Duqm refinery in Oman has taken another step forward with the awarding of heavy lifting contract to Hareket of Turkey that will see this provider engineer, supervise, and complete activities such as tandem lifts of 1,600 ton and 1,250 ton capacity cranes and the planned installation of a 190 meter tall flare. Hareket will oversee these operations from local office set up in the area.
A number of providers are impacting the buildout of this 230,000 barrel per day refinery, and as of last 2019, it had reached a 38% completion status as the project moves towards an anticipated startup in 2022.
The Duqm refinery will reside on the Wusta Coast within the Duqm Special Economic Zone, where Oman Special Economic Zone Authority (SEZA) chairman Yahya bin Saeed Al Jabri considers this refinery to be a vital part of the success for the growing Duqm Port’s success as a diversified economic location in the region.
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From the April 2018 issue of Hydrocarbon Processing