Company in brief
With over 40 years of experience, a workforce of 26000 employees, a modern fleet of construction equipment and state-of-the-art technology, PETROJET ranks among the biggest full-service construction groups in the area, providing integrated services to oil, gas, and petrochemical industries and undertaking complex projects in Egypt, Libya, Jordan Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Yemen, Algeria, Lebanon, UAE, Qatar, Oman and Iraq.
PETROJET’s activities cover the construction and installation of industrial plants, oil refineries, oil and gas production facilities, gas processing and liquefaction, onshore field development and onshore cross-country pipelines. In addition, PETROJET Coating plants, marine yards and workshops avail providing a wide range of integrated services including pipeline coating and fabrication of platforms and Static Equipment.
Also, PETROJET is involved in various stages of design, material procurement, execution and installation services and testing stages of Total Project Management System (TPMS).
While adding up to this heritage, PETROJET is extending its activities outside the oil sector in areas such as fertilizers, chemicals, power generation, and infrastructures.
PETROJET owns and operates the most advanced construction equipment in the market, working in the most hostile climatic condition, while adhering to the highest health, safety, and environmental standards.
We are certified with ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007, as well as ASME stamps, National Board R-stamp and we are a member of IPLOCA.
In 2013, PETROJET attention was focused on adding several activity to it’s infrastructure & civil activities as following:
– Expanding & Development the Railway Networks.
– Expanding & Development the Subway Networks.
– Construction of Airports & Harbors.
– Tunnels & Bridges Networks.
In Recognition of the Company commitment towards Egypt & Arab world Infrastructure Development.
Trade Name: PETROJET
Legal Form: An Egyptian joint stock company formed under the provisions provisions of Investment Law No. 43 for the year 1974, and its amendments.
Issued : 2.5 Billion Egyptian Pounds.
Paid : 1.6 Billion Egyptian Pounds.
– Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) 97%
– Engineering for the Petroleum & Process Industries (Enppi) 2%
– EGPC Workers Social Services & Buildings Fund 1%