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L&T unveils key EPC services, digital solutions at Dubai expos

DUBAI, October 28, 2020

India's top engineering and construction firm Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is showcasing its digital  solutions and distinctive range of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services at the Water, Energy Technology and Environment Exhibition (Wetex) and the Dubai Solar Show 2020, which began on October 26. 
 
The show is the first carbon neutral 3D virtual exhibition in the Middle East and North Africa.  
 
"As one of the major players in the EPC space, L&T is proud to be associated with Wetex Dubai since 2016 which brings together important stakeholders from across the globe and provides an perfect platform to interact and exchange ideas," said T Madhava Das, the Whole-Time Director & Senior Executive Vice President (Utilities). 
 
"This year’s virtual event, held in a fully immersive 3D environment, has provided us the opportunity to showcase our digital solutions, track record and capabilities in Transmission & Distribution and Renewable Energy. We are pleased to reaffirm our commitment towards UAE and reinforce our associations with several of our major stakeholders,” he added.
 
L&T, the $21-billion leading technology, engineering, and construction conglomerate, operates in over 30 countries and has established a strong presence in the Middle East’s construction, power-transmission, infrastructure and hydrocarbon sectors over the past four decades.
 
Its Power Transmission & Distribution (PT&D) business is currently executing a total of 73 substation projects in the GCC region. 
 
To date, the company has executed 283 substation projects in the Gulf region and the business holds a pre-eminent status in the region having executed several landmark power infrastructure projects for Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa). 
 
In the UAE, besides Dewa projects, L&T is executing substations and cabling projects for utilities like Transco, Sewa and AADC. 
 
Significant projects under execution include substations and cabling projects of more than 50+ km of cable route length across 132kV and an extra high voltage substation of 400 kV. 
 
L&T’s international track record in the power sector covers over 4,000 km of transmission lines of various voltages up to 400 kV, more than 300 substations as well as more than 3,000 km of cabling.
 
It is presently executing various substation and transmission line projects for SEC and Saudi Aramco, Normal Paraffin & Derivative Complex for Farabi Petrochemicals at Yanbu and is currently developing the Hasbah offshore gas field and Midyan gas processing facilities.-TradeArabia News Service



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