Infrastructure company Punj Lloyd today said it has won Rs 348 crore projects, including Rs 139 crores order from Adani and Rs 209 crore pipeline contract from Mumbai Port Trust. “The company has received letter of award from from Adani for EPCC (design, engineering, construction and commissioning) of refrigerated double wall storage tanks and mounded bullets for its LPG Terminal at Mundra,” Punj Lloyd said in a press release.
The other award, it has bagged from the Mumbai Port Trust for Installation of offshore/onshore pipeline and terminal work for the ‘fifth oil (J5) berth’ at Jawahar Dweep in Mumbai Harbour for a contract value of Rs 209 crores, it added.
About Adani project, the company said the scope of work includes design and detailed engineering of tanks and bullets, soil investigation, civil foundation, tank piping, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation among others.
On pipeline contract from Mumbai Port Trust, it said the scope of work includes supply, installation and testing for 42″ diameter pipeline with 17.5 mm wall thickness and 100 mm concrete weight coating, 4 km offshore pipeline in shallow water/ intertidal zones including pre-engineering survey and pre-construction survey.
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“Pipelines and tankage have been Punj Lloyd’s core competence. We have rich experience of working with refrigerated/cryogenic tanks. Of the most recent is the LPG Import-Export terminal we built for Indian Oil Petronas at Ennore,” Atul Jain, Director Punj Lloyd and CEO of the Pipeline and Tankage Division said.
“Construction of the fifth oil berth will enable Mumbai Port Trust meet the additional requirement of crude for oil companies and we are happy to play a valuable role in helping MbPT achieve their objective,” he added.