Petropars 165 million euros order to contractors and domestic constructer in CTEP /planning for employment of more than 10,000 people in the country
The Managing Director of Petropars Group announced the assigning of more than 165 million Euros of goods and equipment for the construction of the Central Treatment Export Plant of South Azadegan Oilfield (CTEP) to contractors, manufacturers, and domestic suppliers.
According to the report of Public Relations and International Affairs of Petropas Group, by announcing this report, Mr Hamidreza Masoudi announced said: During the construction of this unit, which is the largest oil processing unit in Iran, a total of 47 contracts have been concluded with domestic consultants, suppliers, and contractors to maximally support the country's production and service capacity and support Iranian goods.
Saying that the goods and equipment sector is one of the most important platforms to support domestic manufacturers and suppliers, He said: " So far, 113 tender invitations with an estimated value of more than 165 million euros have been sent to domestic manufacturers and suppliers, which can plan the creation or stabilization of more than 10,000 jobs in the country."
Referring to the fact that 29 of these contracts have been finalized, Mr. Masoudi continued: " Part of these contracts are related to the construction and supply of gas compressors, power transformers (power and distribution), surface and subsurface pipelines, nitrogen production package, air conditioners, heat exchangers, instrument air package, TEG package, control and instrumentation cables and steel frame which are being constructed ".
The Managing Director of Petropars Group considered the support of knowledge-based companies and domestic products as one of the strategic policies of Petropars and emphasized: with the support provided, Iranian companies will definitely be able to meet our needs in various projects, so that we can implement plans and projects to operate with full internal capacity.
He added: "Currently, about 650 people are working in the project workshop, more than 80% of whom are natives."