Qatargas awards US$125m wastewater facility contract at LNG plant

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Qatargas Operating Company Limited (Qatargas) has awarded a US$125 million contract for the turnkey process package of a new wastewater facility located in the Qatargas LNG Plant, Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar.

Kentz Corporation, the holding company of the Kentz Engineering and Construction Group, will supply process Engineering, Procurement, Installation, Construction, and Commissioning (EPICC) services to deliver wastewater recycling and reduction facilities to four LNG trains.

The contract will be performed and executed through Kentz's Engineering and Projects (E&P) Business Unit. At peak workforce, Kentz will be employing approximately 440 staff and field personnel, with project completion scheduled in 2016.

Tush Doshi, group president, engineering and projects business unit, for Kentz, said: "This award signals the continued achievements of our E&P business in the region and reflects the successful outcome of a focused strategy within one of our core markets.”

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