Seven bid for Nasiriya and Bin Umar tank farms deal
International engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firms have submitted their commercial proposals for an estimated $2bn deal to build new crude oil storage facilities in the south of Iraq.
Priced bids were submitted to the Oil Ministry in Baghdad on 1 October by seven firms, following a technical bid round in July, according to sources close to the project.
No prices have yet been revealed, but bidding contractors expect a low bidder to emerge before mid-October.
Bidding firms include:
- China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau (China)
- Daewoo Engineering (South Korea)
- Entrepose (France)
- Punj Lloyd (India)
- Saipem (Italy)
- Toyo Engineering (Japan)
The project covers the construction of 29 storage tanks, each with a capacity of 66,000 cubic metres. Seven of these will be located at the Nasiriya oil depot and 22 at the Bin Umar oil depot.
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