Wison awarded EPC contract for Sabic’s Utilities Park & Pilot Plants project

By Mary Page Bailey |

Wison Engineering Services Co. Ltd. (Shanghai; announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Wison Engineering Ltd. (Saudi Branch) has signed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC)  contract, worth approximately $150 million, with Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) for a Utilities Park & Pilot Plants project. Dr. Fahad AL-Sherehy, SABIC Vice President, Technology & Innovation, and Zou Yu, President of Wison Engineering (Middle East) attended the signing ceremony and on behalf of both parties formally signed the contract.

The park and plants project is part of the ongoing SABIC Technology Center (STC) expansion plan in Jubail, marking SABIC’s biggest investment in innovation, globally. Once the expansion plan completed, the fully integrated complex will be the biggest of SABIC’s 21 global technology and innovation centers spread across different regions.

Wison Engineering has successfully delivered seven EPC projects on schedule to SABIC since 2012. Earlier this year, Wison Engineering established the Middle East Operation Centre in Saudi Arabia, regarding the Middle East market as the most important market in its global strategic development.

At the signing ceremony, Zou Yu said, “Wison Engineering deeply appreciates the trust and support SABIC has given to us throughout the years. We are also glad to get SABIC project again. Based on our rich successful experience of SABIC seven projects that Wison has delivered, we will continue working hard to achieve the successful delivery of the project with excellent management and project execution.”

“The signing of the contract demonstrates the recognition of international clients for our capability to implement EPC projects in petrochemical sector and enhances Wison Engineering’s reputation among the suppliers of project owners, laying a foundation for us to fight for projects with larger scales in the future. We will continue provide premier services to clients, strengthen the bond of trust with them and proactively respond to Saudi Government’s vision for 2030 in order to create more values for local clients and drive social and economic development.” Zheng Shifeng, Senior Vice President of Wison Engineering, added.

Related Content

Chemical Engineering publishes FREE eletters that bring our original content to our readers in an easily accessible email format about once a week.
Subscribe Now
Non-Contacting Gas Sensors Minimize the Risk of Corrosion to Plant Equipment.
5 ways to Optimize Production of Polymers and Intermediate Petrochemicals
7 Ways to Achieve Process Safety in Chemical Production
Five Reasons Why Chemical Companies Are Switching to Tunable Diode Laser Analyzer Technology
Simplify sensor handling and maintenance with ISM

View More

Live chat by BoldChat