Kuwait's KNPC to implement projects worth $3.26bln

The company’s Projects Department is currently supervising the implementation of six major projects at a cost of $2.39bln

  
Oil is collected at a production facility at the Burgan oil field January 13, 2003 in Central Kuwait. Image used for illustrative purposes.

Oil is collected at a production facility at the Burgan oil field January 13, 2003 in Central Kuwait. Image used for illustrative purposes.

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KUWAIT CITY - Kuwait National Petroleum Company is implementing a huge group of projects in Ahmadi and Mina Abdullah refineries at a total cost of more than KD1 billion dinars, reports Al-Anba daily.

The company’s Projects Department is currently supervising the implementation of six major projects at a cost of KD733.6 million, while three projects were completed recently at a cost of KD300.5 million.

Besides the environmental fuel project that is considered one of the largest projects in Kuwait, the company is executing a big number of projects with the aim of enhancing its role in developing the Kuwaiti economy, creating job opportunities for nationals, and most importantly, increasing the value of Kuwait’s hydrocarbons wealth which is associated with the expansion of transformational capabilities.

 
 

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