Oman - Oil refinery design and build

This is a business opportunity from an overseas buyer. Pitch for the business and explain how your company meets their requirements.

UK suppliers are needed for the design and build of the Duqm oil refinery in Oman.


Opportunity closing date
31 October 2017
Opportunity publication date
12 October 2017
Opportunity type

Chemicals, Construction, Oil & Gas
Enquiries received
Value of contract
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UK Export Finance (UKEF) is planning to support the project. It is working with Duqm Refinery and Petrochemical Industries Company and EPC contractors to finance the design and build of the refinery.

When UKEF provides finance for overseas projects like this a large proportion of this finance is used to purchase from UK suppliers. This is your opportunity to find out how to bid for contracts for this project.

Contractors require the following goods and services to supply to the project:


- coke reclaimer system


- cable trays
- conduit pipes and fittings
- earthing material
- electrical LV power cables and lighting cables
- electrical MV/HV power cables
- junction boxes and distribution boards
- lighting poles and fixtures
- remote control panels
- solar power system
- termination kits

Instruments and equipment

- analysers
- instrument single and multi cables
- laboratory equipment

- side entry mixers
- nozzles
- sprayers


- telecommunication equipment such as CCTV, PAGA and telephones


- piping bolts and nuts
- piping fittings - mainly CS
- piping flanges - mainly CS


- third party services such as engineering, logistics and construction

An Exporter Fair is being held on 9 November in Birmingham where you can meet the project sponsors and EPC contractors.

Register your interest in the project and to hear more about the fair by clicking on the 'Submit your proposal' button.

Opportunity closing date
31 October 2017
Value of contract

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