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Spain’s Técnicas Reunidas ousts Chinese, Italians and Koreans for a new Sonatrach refinery

Spain’s Técnicas Reunidas ousts Chinese, Italians and Koreans for a new Sonatrach refinery

After a gas project completed in early 2019, the Madrid-based company in partnership with Samsung Engineering will build the new Hassi Messaoud refinery at a cost of $3.67bn.

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            ▪ Spain’s Técnicas Reunidas ousts Chinese, Italians and Koreans for a new Sonatrach refinery

▪ After a gas project completed in early 2019, the Madrid-based company in partnership with Samsung Engineering will build the new Hassi Messaoud refinery at a cost of $3.67bn.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/802184/lespagnol-tecnicas-reunidas-evince-chinois-italiens-et-coreens-pour-la-nouvelle-raffinerie-de-sonatrach/

14/01/2020 at 17h14, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 15/01/2020

Técnicas Reunidas is stepping up its business with Sonatrach in Algeria. Led by Juan Lladó Arburua, the Spanish engineering firm has just landed a major deal in association with Samsung Engineering.

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