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Engineering company
Industry Engineering, Project Management & Procurement
Founded 1978
Headquarters Cairo, Egypt
Key people
Emam Elsaid (CEO)
Revenue US$2.5 BillionIncrease41.5% (2008)
Website www.enppi.com

Enppi (ENgineering for the Petroleum and Process Industries; Arabic: إنبي) is one of the largest engineering companies in Egypt, Middle east & North Africa . Its main domain of business covers petroleum, gas, petrochemicals, power and other related industries.

Enppi is an international EPC main contractor and management contractor, with a record in the field of oil & gas for both onshore and offshore projects. To date[when?], over 850 major projects and over 25 million manhours of professional services were completed for oil and gas, refining, petrochemical and general industry Projects.

Company history[edit]

Enppi Head Office

Enppi was established in January 15, 1978, the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) is the principal shareholder owning 97% of the total shares of Enppi.


Typical contractual roles played by Enppi are:

Design and construction contractor[edit]

Main Contractor:

Assuming full project responsibility for engineering, procurement, construction and project management, performing all tasks from initial planning studies to commissioning of turnkey facilities.

Joint Venture Partner:

Entering joint venture associations with national and/or international firms to design and build projects on a turnkey basis.

Professional services contractor[edit]

Engineering Contractor:

Performing any combination of the following activities: studies, basic and detailed engineering and procurement services.

Project Management Contractor:

performing Project Management, including construction management and supervision, on behalf of the client and manages the work of other contractors employed on the client's project.

Subcontractor: Participating in the execution of major contracts as a subcontractor to international EPC contractors.

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