Hyundai Heavy Awarded $750M Order

Thursday, January 02, 2003
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. has received a $760 m order from Exxon Mobil Corp. to assemble an offshore facility that can extract, refine and store crude oil. Hyundai Heavy is to install the facility in Angola's Kimzomba field by June 2005, and deliver it a month later after test-runs. Hyundai Heavy has also won a $160 million offshore facility construction order from China's ACT-OG, a joint venture of CNOOC Ltd. (CEO), Chevron Overseas Petroleum, Texaco China B.V. and Operators Group.
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