Engineering for the Petroleum & Process Industries (Enppi) has signed contracts worth of EGP 16.4 billion in 2018, of which EGP 8.9 billion were directed for operations in Egypt and EGP 7.5 billion were directed abroad, said Alaa Hegazy, head of the company, Egypt Oil & Gas reports.

Enppi worked on the second phase of Zohr onshore facilities and developed the South West Baltim field during 2018, Hegazy noted during the general assembly chaired by Minister of Petroleum, Tarek El Molla, to review the company’s 2018 business results.

During 2018, the company worked in Nooros – Al Gameel pipeline project, Middle East Oil Refinery (MIDOR) expansion project, the two phases of Assiut hydrocracking complex, Assiut naphtha complex and Suez Oil Company (SUCO)’s coking plant rehabilitation.

Projects outside of Egypt included work in the North Jordan gas pipeline and rehabilitation of Yanbu offshore and onshore facilities.

During 2018, Enppi was placed among the top 25 companies globally to design and procure refining and petrochemical projects. The company was further placed among the top 20 global contractors in the Hydrocarbon projects.