• Outstanding result in KSA

Outstanding result in KSA

5 April 2018

In Saudi Arabia, A.Hak has constructed a 75-kilometer long 48-inch pipeline for Saudi Aramco. The pipleine transports seawater to the Khurais oil field where it is injected into the soil to facilitate oil production.

The Khurais Seawater Pipeline Project was successfully completed and provided us with a very positive 'good work declaration'. The General Manager of Saudi Aramco's Upstream Project Management speaks in a written statement of an outstanding contribution to the project.

In an earlier phase of the project, there was already a lot of appreciation for strict compliance with the safety rules. Then we reported that a million man hours had been made without a single incident resulting in loss of time (LTI).

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