Haradh Gas Plant projects

The Haradh Gas Program was a giant grass-roots energy project, which was built in a remote region of the Saudi Arabian desert, constructed by 12,000 men all living in temporary accommodations. The plant came to life in April 2003 when the first sweet gas train went on stream. By June 2003 Haradh was fully on line. The project was originally scheduled for 37 months but was completed in 31 months, six months ahead of schedule and 27% under budget, exceeding all Company Quality Standards and recorded an amazing 49 million construction man-hours without a lost workday incident. This safety performance was the best in Saudi Aramco's 71-year-history and a record for the Gulf region. The major factors behind the success of the program were the dedication and commitment of the Haradh team and the great leadership at all levels.The Haradh Program has accomplished several related objectives, which specifically accelerated the development of Saudi Aramco's resources of non-associated gas and the release of major quantit
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