Saudi Aramco has awarded a $75 million engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract to Target Engineering Construction Company a subsidiary owned by Arabtec Holding, a Dubai-based leading contractor for social and economic infrastructure, Zawya reported.

“We are pleased that Target has been awarded another project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia strengthening our longstanding relationship with Saudi Aramco. This award adds to our pipeline of projects in the industrial infrastructure sector, consistent with our strategic priority to diversify our backlog,” Arabtec’s CEO, Peter Pollard, said.

According to the contract, the subsidiary will be in responsible for the upgrade and development of a produced water disposal facility at Qatif’s gas-oil separation plant (GOSP-1) in Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia.

Furthermore, Arabtec is planning to install a water-oil separation vessel, water disposal pumps, water injection pumps, low-pressure de-gassing tank water draw-off pumps, and a pipeline to transfer oily water from Ju’aymah Terminal to Qatif’s GOSP-1.