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Mr. Moustafa Shaarawi, Chairman and CEO of Petrojet

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PETROJET
"The Nile Call For Distinction"
Mr. Moustafa Shaarawi
Chairman and CEO
Contact:
Joseph Tito street, Hykestep, CAIRO, EGYPT
P.O. Box : 2048 Heliopolis
Tel: (202) 296 46 41
Fax: (202) 296 93 50
E-mail: petrojet@internetegypt.com
Company profile

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PETROJET is the Petroleum Projects & Technical Consultation company for over 25 years of experience in the field of petroleum, petrochemicals and various industries.

PETROJET is the market leader in fabrication, construction and installation of process plants, pipelines and industrial facilities has attained a strong competitive edge based on high quality, cost-effectiveness and international respect.

PETROJET undertakes the main contractor works in the execution of petroleum, petrochemical and various industrial projects and all specialized works, following the turnkey system through its branches all over the country.

The backbone of PETROJET comprise 18,000 engineers, labours and servicing staff, operating and administering a big volume of assets and facilities such as, the stationary equipment fabrication workshop (the biggest in the field), the fabrication yard for platforms and topside facilities, the marine spread for carrying out the construction of offshore installation, the harbour to serve the marine spread and the fabrication yard, two plants for concrete and polyethylene pipeline coating, vast number of construction equipment as well as updated CAD systems.

The management philosophy of PETROJET is founded on three main pillers namely, management by results, delegation of responsibility and freedom to act for each level of delegation. Furthermore, as a strong advocate of "the need for better environment", PETROJET abides to concepts, rules and procedures of effective environmental management system aline with international standards.

Activities

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PETROJET scope of work includes the fabrication, construction and installation of oil refineries, oil and gas production facilities, cross-country pipelines, tank farms, off-shore projects including platforms, sub-sea pipelines and topside facilities, static equipment for the various industrial sectors, pipeline coating, as well as utilities and offsites.

As the concept of free-market economy and globalization has prevailed, this has shifted the emphasis heavily towards even more open markets and increased competition. However, the remarkable job references, both on-shore and off-shore, of over LE 2.0 billion annual turnover, has encouraged PETROJET to enter the new millennium with a business plan that is not restrained by Egypt's boundaries. On the contrary, much attention being paid to other markets, such as the Middle East and North Africa.

PETROJET CAPABILITIES

  • Pipelines: 5000 m/day, 24"

  • Plants: 5 plants/year - 7000 I.D/day

  • Cylindrical tanks Spherical tanks: 45 ton/day ¬ 90,000 m/year ® 30 ton/day

  • Marine platforms: 50 ton/day

  • Off-Shore Pipelines: 1000 m/day Barge 12 - 800 m/day Barge 11

  • P/L Coating system: 6200 m/day (avr.24")

  • Concrete works: 2000 m3/day

  • PETROJET EQUIPMENT

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  • Earth moving: 131 units

  • Lifting equipment: 261 units

  • Welding equipment: 2340 units

  • Concrete equipment: 82 units

  • Others: 349 units

  • Capacity: 500 ton

  • Lattice Boom Length: 90 m

  • Additional Boom: 30 m

  • Total Boom Length: 120 m

  • Lifting jip: 45 m

  • Out Riggers: 4 m

  • Carrier Speed: 65 km/hr

  • Total of 64 Refineries & Plants executed by PETROJET
    * PLANTS

  • Assiut Refinery - ASORC - (85/87)

  • America L.P.G. Recovery Plant Wepco - (94/95)

  • El Qara NGL Integrated Plant Petrobel - (90/92)

  • Abou Madi Plants L.T.S. - Petrobel - (88/89)

  • Total length of 11;300 km for Pipelines up to 42 executed by PETROJET

    * PIPELINES

  • 42" Gas Delivery P/L - (99)

  • 42" Gas Delivery P/L - Petrobel - (99)

  • Western Desert P/L (Obaiyed) 425 km Bapetco - (97/99)

  • Dual Gas P/L Shuoker/Suez 16" - 190 km P.P.C. - (91/92)


  • Total Cylindrical Tank up to 120,000 m3 - 150,000 ton (150 tanks 50,000 m3) & Total Spherical Tank up to 4000 m3 - 45,000 ton (140 tanks 2400 m3) executed by PETROJET

    * TANKS

  • Lube Oil blending 95 Tanks - M.P.C. - (93/94)

  • 5*4,000 m3 Ras Bakr Tanks -EGPC - (95/97)

  • 8*17,000 m3 Tanks M.T.B.E. -N.P.C. - (97/98)

  • 6*120,000 m3 Sumed Tanks -Sidi Krir - Sumed - (94/95)

  • Total Length of 1000km for Off-Shore Pipilines up to 36 & Total of 55 (55,000 ton) Fabricated & Erected Platforms executed by PETROJET

    *MARINE

  • Fabrication Yard at Maadia Productivity: 50 ton/day

  • Fabrication Yard at Zeit bay Productivity: 15 ton/day

  • Port Fouad Piggyback 16",4" P/L Petrobel - (95)

  • Sidki B Platform - GUPCO - (92/93)

  • Darfeil Platform - Petrobel - (96)

  • Port Fouad Platform - Petrobel - (95)

  • Geisum Platform - Geisum - (93/94)

  • Rosetta Platform - Rashpetco - (99)

  • HA'PY Platform - Gupco - (99)

  • Total Volume of 2 million m3 Poured Concrete executed by PETROJET

    *CIVIL

  • Toshka V.I.P. Building - M.P.C. - (97/98)

  • El-Sahafein Touristic Village El-Sahafein . - (93/97)

  • Petrobel. Building - Petrobel. - (94/95)

  • Assiut Mosque - Asorc. - (86)


  • Total of 725 Fabricated Static Equipment (Towers, Columns, Heaters, Heat Exchangers, Air coolers, Pressure vessels) executed by PETROJET

    *C.W.S

  • Tower 20-C-2 - Gasco. - (99)

  • Condensate Stablizer Tower - Salam Plant Khalda. - (99)

  • Ameria Tower C-15-C - Ameria. - (99)

  • Vessel 10-V-3A - Gasco. - (99)

  • Tower 20-C-3 - Gasco. - (99)

  • Transgulf Air cooler - E.G.P.C.. - (96/97)

  • Heater 10-H-1 - S.O.P.C. - (97)

  • Sidi Krir Desalination Plant - Hitashi.. - (97)

  • Key Development

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    PETROJET has identified its strategic objective as to reshape its major activities into separates cost centers. This will enable the company to reach a more efficient and flatter organization, and will provide for a kind of alliance with partners of proven technological capabilities to co-operate with some of those cost centers. In that sense, international partners are encouraged to own part of PETROJET shares to form joint-venture companies to realize more efficient marketing and successful business development.

    Accordingly, PETROJET has commissioned plans and measures for further improvement and reshaping of resources and expertise features by ongoing investment in human resources and supported by technology-upgrade schemes within effective management systems.

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