Indian firm L&T has won contracts in the Gulf worth more than $217 million. (Getty Images)Engineering and construction major Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T) on Monday announced that it had bagged four orders from Qatar, Oman and the UAE worth more than $217 million.
L&T, India’s largest engineering and construction conglomerate, said it had secured contracts for the construction of electrical substations.
These projects will be executed by Electrical & Gulf Projects Operating Company, part of L&T’s construction division.
L&T has won a contract from Qatar Petroleum for the construction of four electrical substations, cabling and telecom network development at Ras Laffan, to be completed in 32 months.
The company also bagged a deal with Dubai Electricity and Water Authority for the construction of substation in the UAE.
The construction giant also secured an order from Kahrama Qatar for the construction of a substation at Education City, Doha