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Worley and JESA International S.A. to provide EPCM services for Ma’aden’s Phosphate 3 Phase 1 Project

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Ma’aden has issued a Notice of Award to Worley and JESA International S.A. (JESA) to provide engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM) services for its Phosphate 3 Phase 1 Project. The parties expect to work towards a definitive agreement for the in-Kingdom and out-of-Kingdom EPCM contracts in the next few months.

Under the EPCM contracts, Worley will provide in-Kingdom services and JESA will provide out-of-Kingdom services, for the design and construction of new process plants in the industrial cities of Wa’ad Al Shamal (WAS) and Ras Al-Khair (RAK) in Saudi Arabia. This is part of an integrated greenfield complex that is expected to produce up to 1.5 million tpy of phosphate fertilizers, once operational.

The services will be executed by JESA’s offices in Morocco and Worley’s offices in Saudi Arabia and India.

“We are pleased that Worley has been selected for providing services to Ma’aden’s Phosphate 3 development programme that is expected to make Saudi Arabia one of the leading phosphate fertilizer exporters worldwide,” said Chris Ashton, Chief Executive Officer of Worley.

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