Bidders line up for Satah

15 July 2005
Four companies - Australia's WorleyParsons, the US/Canadian VECO, US-based Jacobs Engineeringand Tebodin Middle East, part of Tebodin of the Netherlands - submitted commercial and technical bids to Zakum Development Company (Zadco)on 11 July for the front-end engineering and design (FEED) package on the Satah field development project in offshore Abu Dhabi (MEED 11:3:05).

The project, which is estimated to be worth $200 million-250 million, will centre on the supply and installation of gas injection compressors, treatment units, separators, four 20-kilometre pipelines and related facilities at the onshore Arzana site. The scheme will involve the reinjection of 10 million cubic feet a day of associated gas to maintain reservoir pressure at the offshore field. At present, Satah has production capacity of about 25,000 barrels a day.

An award is approaching for the post of project manager on Satah. Three companies submitted commercial and technical bids in early March. The bidders are the UK's Mott MacDonald, Parsons E&Cand VECO.

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