India’s L&T wins $69.8m Saudi Arabia substation contract
Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) has awarded a turnkey construction contract for a 380kV substation in the Tabuk City area of Northern Saudi Arabia
L&T Construction, the construction arm of India’s Larsen & Toubro (L&T), has been awarded a contract to provide and install a electrical substation in Saudi Arabia.
The company revealed in a statement that L&T Construction’s Power, Transmission & Distribution business had been awarded a turnkey construction contract for a gas insulated substation (GIS) in the kingdom.
The scope of the works will involve installing the substation, which will have four different voltage levels up to 380kV, and the associated control, protection, automation, telecommunications systems and civil and electromechanical works.
While L&T did not reveal the client or location of the project in its press statement, Saudi Gulf Projects reported that L&T had been awarded a contract worth SR262m ($69.8m) from Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) for the Al-Buhairah 380kV substation in the Tabuk area of northern Saudi Arabia.
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