Punj Lloyd wins contracts worth $52M in India
Feb 23, 2017 – Indian engineering and construction group Punj Lloyd has secured contracts worth INR3.48bn ($51.9M) in its pipelines and tankage division.
The contractor secured a design, engineering, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contract worth INR1.39bn ($20.7M) from Adani for refrigerated double wall storage tanks of 25,000MT capacity and two mounded bullets of 1,018 cb m capacity each for its liquid petroleum gas (LPG) terminal at Mundra.
Under the contract, the company will be responsible for the design and detailed engineering of tanks and bullets, soil investigation, civil foundation, tank piping, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation, stair cum pipe tower, fire protection system for tanks, fabrication, erection, welding, NDT, testing, painting and insulation of tanks, installation, testing & commissioning, and Nitrogen purging.
Punj Lloyd also won an INR2.09bn ($31.2M) contract from Mumbai Port Trust for the installation of offshore and onshore pipeline and terminal work for the Fifth Oil (J5) Berth in Mumbai Harbour’s Jawahar Dweep.
The company will be responsible for the supply, installation and testing of a 42″ dia pipeline with 17.5mm wall thickness and 100mm concrete weight coating, 4km offshore pipeline in shallow water/intertidal zones including pre-engineering survey, pre-construction survey, procurement and installation, pipeline coating, trenching as well as backfilling work.
The scope of the work also involves a 1.25km-long onshore pipeline section, in addition to pipeline manifold, scraper receiver and launcher, sump tank, SRV skids, including hook-ups with the existing facilities and related civil work.
Punj Lloyd director and CEO of the pipeline and tankage division Atul Jain said: “We have rich experience of working with refrigerated/cryogenic tanks. Of the most recent is the LPG Import-Export terminal we built for IndianOilPetronas at Ennore.
“Construction of the fifth oil berth will enable Mumbai Port Trust meet the additional requirement of crude for oil companies and we are happy to play a valuable role in helping MbPT achieve their objective.”