Hyundai E&C has made history of the global plant construction by successfully completing a large-scale project with a daily capacity of 140,000 barrels of diesel. Korea’s primary builder finished the construction of GTL(Gas-to-Liquid) plant five years after the company had received the contract valued at 1.3 billion dollars, or approximately 1.235 trillion won, from Royal Dutch Shell in August 2006. A building dedication ceremony was held on November 22 in the Ras Laffan Industrial City, 80 kilometer north of Qatar’s capital Doha. The ceremony was attended by Hyundai E&C Vice Chairman Kim Chang-hee, and a large number of high-ranking guests of the country’s government and the global oil and gas company including the Emir of the State of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al- Thani; Qatari Energy Minister Mohammed Saleh Al-Sada; Prince Andrew, Duke of York Andrew Albert Christian Edward; and Royal Dutch Shell CEO Peter Voser, which showed their high interest in the project. Pearl GTL is an energy project based in Qatar rich in natural gases for which Royal Dutch Shell placed an order to build GTL production facilities. Out of eight packages, Hyundai E&C was in charge of LPU (Liquid Procession Unit) in which refined natural gas is converted into liquid products.