Petrojet has completed 2.5 million work hours at the Sonker Terminal in Ain Sokhna without any accidents, Egypt Oil & Gas reports.
Petrojet is responsible for the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) work at the terminal. This work includes the wrapping, packaging, and laying of four pipelines—with a combined length of 43 kilometers—for the terminal. It is also responsible for the execution of all civil, mechanical, and electric work for three oil storage tanks and three liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage tanks.
The Ain Sokhna Port lies on the Red Sea, southeast of Cairo. It provides docking and storage facilities for crude oil and is connected via pipeline to the Sidi Kreir oil terminal on the Mediterranean Sea.