Contractors have submitted commercial bids for Adnoc LNG’s second integrated gas development (IGD) expansion project, according to industry sources.
Technical bids for the project were submitted on 8 April.
The following companies submitted bids:
- National Petroleum Construction Company / Petrofac JV
- CB&I / Larsen & Toubro JV
- Worley Parsons / Archirodon / Hyundai E&C JV
- Tecnicas Reunidas / Target Engineering JV
- Fluor Corporation
- Maire Tecnimont
The IGD Expansion 2 project is estimated to be worth more than $1bn and will expand the volume of gas from Abu Dhabi’s offshore field processed at Gasco’s onshore operations at Habshan – adding 200-400 million cubic feet a day (cf/d) of capacity.
The project will add two booster compression trains, three dehydration trains and two amine-based fuel gas treatment units – as well as associated facilities.
The package was originally tendered in March 2015 as one of five that formed the Integrated Gas Development Expansion project.
Commercial bids for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract were submitted in December 2015, but the project was subsequently put on hold and the contract was never awarded.
All of the other packages that were part of the first expansion project are currently in the execution phase.
Gasco completed the original $11bn IGD project in 2013.
The original IGD project allowed Gasco to transfer 1 billion cf/d of high-pressure gas from the offshore Umm Shaif field via Das Island to onshore processing facilities at Habshan and Ruwais.
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