Jacobs wins deal for Sahara pethem facilities

Updated 14 June 2016

Jacobs wins deal for Sahara pethem facilities

JEDDAH: Jacobs Engineering Group announced it received a three-year contract from Sahara Petrochemicals (Sahara) to provide general engineering services at Sahara’s Jubail Industrial City facilities in Saudi Arabia.
“Jacobs has had a presence in the Middle East for many years serving the oil, gas, buildings and Infrastructure sectors. This contract enables us to expand our presence in Jubail as part of our overall commitment to providing world-class services to our clients across the region.”
Under the terms of the contract, Jacobs is expected to provide engineering, procurement, construction supervision, project management, pre-commissioning and commissioning support to a range of small- to medium-sized capital projects for Sahara’s propane dehydrogenation, poly propylene, chlor alkyl, ethylene dichloride and peripheral utilities operating facilities.
Jacobs Senior Vice President Oil and Gas Bassim D. Shebaro stated: “Jacobs has had a presence in the Middle East for many years serving the oil, gas, buildings and Infrastructure sectors. This contract enables us to expand our presence in Jubail.”
Jacobs is one of the world’s largest and most diverse providers of technical, professional and construction services.


Hikma raises annual sales outlook for top two units

Updated 07 August 2020

Hikma raises annual sales outlook for top two units

  • Core operating profit for the six months to June 30 rose 15 percent year-on-year to $284 million

Hikma Pharmaceuticals revised its annual sales outlook for two of its biggest divisions on Friday and reported higher first-half profit, as hospitals and distributors stocked up on critical medicines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UK-based company, which supplies many generic drugs including anaesthetics, pain medications, sedatives, neuromuscular blocking agents and anti-infectives, said core operating profit for the six months to June 30 rose 15 percent year-on-year to $284 million.