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Contractors submitted revised commercial bids on 14 February for two major mechanical, electrical and instrumentation (MEI) and civils packages covering the core element of the Pearl gas-to-liquids (GTL) project in Ras Laffan. The contracts are worth a total of $500 million. Called MC 1 and MC 2, the contracts cover the main process plant (GTL area) and offsites and utilities (flare area) of the project (MEED 7:10:05). The bidders include Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Company (CCC), Nasser al-Hajri Corporation of Saudi Arabia, Tekfen and Gama, both of Turkey, Pakistan’s Descon Engineering and Dodsal and Al-Jaber Energy Services, both UAE-based.