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Feasibility Study Malaysia to Plan a World Scale Refinery

| Editor: Anke Geipel-Kern

Malaysia plans a new refinery and awarded Amec Foster Wheeler to make a feasibility study.

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Roberto Penno, Amec Foster Wheeler’s Group President for Asia, Middle East, Africa & Southern Europe, is delighted to get the contract in Malaysia.
Roberto Penno, Amec Foster Wheeler’s Group President for Asia, Middle East, Africa & Southern Europe, is delighted to get the contract in Malaysia.
(Picture: Foster Wheeler)

London – Amec Foster Wheeler awarded a contract by SKS Corporation Sdn Bhd, together with Petromin Corporation of Saudi Arabia, and another Asian partner, to supply consultancy services for a proposed new refinery and petrochemical complex in Kedah state, Malaysia, the company says.

The value of the consultancy contract, which will be delivered during 2015 by an Amec Foster Wheeler team in Reading and Kuala Lumpur, has not been announced.

Under the contract, Amec Foster Wheeler will undertake a detailed feasibility study to define the configuration of the complex, develop the infrastructure requirements, establish a project implementation plan and produce a cost estimate to help optimise the project and establish a clear plan to take the project forward.

The proposed development supports SKS’s aim to boost investment into the Malaysian economy and develop the region as a world class supplier of refinery and petrochemical products to South East Asia.

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