KHOBAR, Saudi Arabia, July 28 (Reuters) - State oil firm Saudi Aramco has signed multi-billion-dollar contracts to build a new refinery at Yanbu on Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coast, industry sources said on Wednesday.
South Korea's Daelim Industrial 00210.KS won two contracts to build a gasoline unit and a hydrocracker. South Korea's SK Engineering [SKEC.UL] won a contract to build a crude unit.
Spain's Tecnicas Reunidas TRE.MC won a contract to build coking unit.
India's Punj Lloyd PUJL.BO also won a deal to build some offsite infrastructure and pipelines while Egypt's Engineering for the Petroleum and Process Industries (ENPPI) would build a tank farm, the sources said.
Reporting by Reem Shamseddine; Editing by Barbara Lewis
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