|Industry||Engineering, Project Management & Procurement|
|Emam Elsaid (CEO)|
|Revenue||US$2.5 Billion41.5% (2008)|
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.
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
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
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.