Petrojet completed the first module for the offshore platform at Ain Sokhna, Egypt Oil & Gas reports.

The platform is part of a project by the Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company (SUMED) to secure Egypt’s supply of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).

The company completed the module in four months.

Petroject is responsible for the production and installation of 74 modules, weighing 3,900 tons, at the site.

The planned platform is 2.5 kilometers long and has a depth of 19 meters. The project also includes LNG carriers, product carriers, and anchors for floating storage regasification units (FSRUs), the Head of SUMED, Mohamed Abdel Hafez, said in July. The plans also call for mazut and diesel storage facilities.