McDermott wins contract for six crude oil storage tanks in Texas
McDermott International said that it has bagged a contract for providing engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction services (EPFC services) for six floating roof crude oil storage tanks in Texas from a major oil and gas operator.
The crude oil storage tanks will be part of an energy infrastructure project connecting the Permian Basin in West Texas to the Texas Gulf Coast.
McDermott said that the scope of the EPFC contract will be performed by CB&I Storage Solutions.
The scope of the project, which will be executed by CB&I Storage Solutions.
Four of the six floating roof crude oil storage tanks will have a 500,000-barrel capacity each, while the other two will have a 250,000-barrel capacity each.
The engineering, procurement and fabrication work will be executed at McDermott’s Houston Fairbanks office and fabrication facility.
Cesar Canals – Senior Vice President of CB&I Storage Solutions said: “We have a strong track record of providing world-class storage solutions for major energy infrastructure projects all over the world.
“This new award is a testament to our service offerings and capabilities, including our vast experience in engineering, fabricating and constructing complex, large-scale storage tanks.”
The exact value of the contract has not been disclosed but is in the range of $1 million and $50 million, said McDermott.