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M W Kellogg wins £1.6bn hat trick

M W KELLOGG, the London-based contractor, jointly owned by the Japanese JGC Corporation and US firm M W Kellogg, has scooped three overseas contracts totalling an estimated £1.6 billion.

The first project is to provide detailed engineering and other support services for propylene oxide/styrene monomer process units at the ARCO Chemie Nederland plant on the Maasvlakte industrial site in Rotterdam, Holland. Work starts in 1998 and mechanical completion is scheduled for mid-2000.

The second deal is an engineering, procurement, construction contract for the Tong Young liquid natural gas receiving terminal in South Korea. The client is the Korea Gas Corporation. Work will start in mid to late 1999 with the first LNG delivery to the terminal arriving in 2002.

The third scheme is an extended conceptual engineering contract for a proposed liquid natural gas liquefaction plant on Melkoya Island, Norway, where the client is Snovhit Partners. A starting date for the project has yet to be decided.