Aramco fast-tracks Nuayyim GOSP

21 July 2006

Saudi Aramco has issued the invitation to bid documents for the second lump-sum turnkey (LSTK) contract on the Nuayyim oil field development project. Nine companies have been invited to submit bids by 30 August for the fast-track project. Estimated to be worth $700 million-1,000 million, the contract calls for the construction of a 100,000-barrel-a-day (b/d) gas-oil separation plant (GOSP) and related facilities (MEED 7:7:06).

Bids are due to be submitted by late July for the first LSTK package on Nuayyim, covering pipelines and related works. Thirteen local and international companies are prequalified to price the estimated $300 million contract. The Nuayyim project is aimed at delivering 100,000 b/d of Arabian Super Light crude by mid-2009.

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