Commercial bids have been submitted for Adnoc Onshore’s Bu Hasa Integrated Field Development project, according to industry sources.
Project tracking service MEED Projects estimates that the project is worth around $1.5bn.
Companies that have submitted bids for the contract include:
- Larsen and Toubro
- China Petroleum Engineering and Construction Corporation
- A joint venture of Saipem and ENPPI
- Tecnicas Reunidas.
Technical bids for the project were submitted on 15 April.
The project was tendered in November 2017 and its scope includes:
- Expanding Bu Hasa’s gathering facilities
- Upgrading flowlines
- Adding two compression trains
- Water injection network.
US-based CH2M and UAE-based Litwin Pel are the consultants on the project, one of a range of planned megaprojects in the hydrocarbons sector.
In November last year, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) announced its intention to invest AED400bn ($106.7bn) over the next five years in oil, gas and petrochemicals.
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