Saipem awarded new contracts in Abu Dhabi, Egypt
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, September 30 - 2012 at 03:31
Italian oil and gas industry contractor Saipem has won contracts worth around $200m for jobs in various parts of the world including in Abu Dhabi and Egypt, Dow Jones has reported. Saipem said it won a three-year contract to offer offshore drilling equipment for a project off Abu Dhabi, with the work to start early next year. The company also signed a contract with GDF Suez to use its Scarabeo 4 platform in an offshore project near Egypt.
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