June 2006

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HP Construction: Africa

CB&I has a lump-sum contract to provide a gas processing and treating complex in Cabinda Province, Angola, for Cabinda Gulf Oil Co. Ltd. (CABGOC), a wholly owned Chevron subsidiary. CABGOC operates Bl..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

CB&I has a lump-sum contract to provide a gas processing and treating complex in Cabinda Province, Angola, for Cabinda Gulf Oil Co. Ltd. (CABGOC), a wholly owned Chevron subsidiary. CABGOC operates Block 0 in Angola on behalf of the Cabinda Association, consisting of Sonangol, Total, ENI and CABGOC. The project is valued at $250 million. CB&I's project work scope includes the engineering, procuring, fabricating and constructing a gas processing and treating complex that will help CABGOC eliminate flaring associated gas and recover hydrocarbon vapors from its oil storage terminal, and produce saleable natural gas liquids (NGLs). The project will include facilities for gas/oil separation,

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