Our landmark projects
DUQM Refinery is an integrated project of national significance under development inside the Special Economic Zone atDuqm (SEZAD). Duqm is located 600 km south of Muscat, in a strategic position on Arabian sea, and in the last decade has attracted diversified economic activities due to its identification by Oman government as a cornerstone for the economic and social development of the region.
Etihad Rail Stage 1 is the first railway in the United Arab Emirates and is one segment of the country’s rail network, which will be part of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) project for connecting the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Arabia Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait by rail.
Located in the British section of the North Sea the project is an EPRD (engineer, procure, remove and dispose) contract for the decommissioning of the topsides and jackets of BP's Miller platform.
The desalination plant built in Chile by Saipem is part of the SGO project aimed at protecting the Spence copper mine.
Support to drilling activities, inspections and interventions on the submarine structures of the Njord field thanks to the Saipem Hydrone project.
Front End Engineering Design: the FEED project on the north coast of Qatar aims to increase natural gas extraction.
Saipem Front End Engineering Design services for the construction of an offshore platform, subsea pipelines and gas treatment plant.
Saipem collaborated in the offshore lifting and assembly of 5 floating wind turbines off the coast of Scotland.
Saipem has built a gas liquefaction plant with a capacity of 3.8 MTPA in Tangguh, in one of the richest fields in the world.
From the design to the installation of the underwater gas pipelines, Saipem has followed the Zohr project in Egypt in all its parts.
The project involved two EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) contracts for the Jazan Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle project, located near the city of Jazan, in southwestern Saudi Arabia.