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Cabinet has approved the award of four contracts, amounting to over $250 million, for a number projects and services to be effected at the state-run oil refinery, Petrojam.
Speaking at Wednesday’s (Jan. 21) post-Cabinet media briefing at Jamaica House, Transport and Works Minister, and Chairman of the Cabinet Infrastructure Committee, Michael Henry, told journalists that the contracts have been awarded to Underwater Service Company Limited,, Haldor Topsoe A/S, and Allied Protection Limited.
He informed that Underwater Service Company has been awarded a contract in the sum of $123.9 million for the fabrication and installation of nine pipelines at Petrojam’s new docking facility, for which a contract, valued at US$717,839.20 was also awarded to for the provision of piping material.
Haldor Topsoe A/S has been contracted to prepare an Engineering Design Package (EDP) for a Coker gas oil hydrometer at Petrojam, in the sum of US$1.6 million, while Allied Protection Limited has been awarded a contract, valued $62.6 million to provide security services at the refinery.

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