UK-based Aggreko (Middle East) and Iraq’s North Refineries Company have signed a contract for rental of temporary power generators to supply 15MW of power to Baiji Refinery as a first stage. For Aggreko, the world’s largest supplier of temporary power, which also supplies South Refineries Company with 25MW, This contract will help broaden the partnership […]
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By John Lee. France’s Technip, in partnership with UNICO, a Japanese engineering consultant, has been awarded a Project Management Consultancy (PMC) contract on a reimbursable basis, for the upgrading of the Basra refinery. This contract, awarded by Ministry of Oil’s South Refineries Company (SRC), covers the engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, start-up and warranty management phase […]
The Shaw Group Inc. (NYSE: SHAW) has announced that it has been awarded a contract by the South Refineries Company, which is part of the Republic of Iraq’s Ministry of Oil, to provide a feasibility study for the rehabilitation of its 140,000 barrels per day refinery in Basra, Iraq. The study will assess the current […]
On July 21, U.S. Consul General Piper Campbell, on behalf of the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, signed an agreement with the Director General of the South Refineries Company, Mr. Abdul Hussein Nasir Qasim, which grants $502,798 to the SRC to conduct a feasibility study for the rehabilitation of its Basrah refinery. This rehabilitation will […]
A £31 million contract – the biggest agreed in nearly two decades of operations – has been landed by consultant process engineers Grimley Smith Associates (GSA), according to the Grimsby Telegraph. The Brigg-based company has been awarded a two-year project to upgrade facilities at an oil refinery in Basra, Iraq. It is with the South […]
Last week as many as 700 workers at the 150,000 barrel per day refinery 16 kilometers west of Basra held a three-hour strike.
Staff of the South Refineries Company in three southern Iraqi provinces will launch a sit-in on Wednesday