At least seven international and local contractors are preparing to submit technical bids by 25 March for a three-year contract to provide pipeline construction services to Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (Adco).
The contract, which is worth up to $100m, covers the installation of flowlines and wellhead installations to Adco. The successful contractor will be employed on a call-on, call-off basis, carrying out work as and when required.
The scheme covers the Sahil, Asab and Shah (SAS) fields, and is a precursor to the multi-billion-dollar SAS full-field development, which is currently under bidding.
The invited companies are understood to include the local Al-Hussam General Contracting, Lebanon’s CAT, Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Company (CCC), Oman’s Galfar Engineering & Contracting, the local Matrix, India’s Punj Lloyd, and a local company identified as Bin Frieh.
The consultants on the project are Canada’s Veco and the UK’s Mott MacDonald.
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