Fujairah bids under evaluation

07 June 2002

Abu Dhabi-based Dolphin Energy (DEL) started on 2 June technical clarifications with the two shortlisted bidders for the contract to supply and install a gas pipeline to serve the Fujairah power and desalination project. The companies are the German office of Paris-based Technip-Coflexip, with the local Al-Jaber Energy Services Establishment,and India's Dodsal(MEED 19:4:02; 22:3:02).

The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract will cover the installation of a 178-kilometre-long, 24-inch-diameter pipeline from Al-Ain to Qidfa, the site of the power and desalination plant, and related works.

Austria's ILF Consulting Engineers has carried out the front-end engineering and design (FEED) work.

The proposed pipeline will have an initial capacity of 170 million cubic feet a day (cf/d) with plans to increase it to 350 million cf/d at a later date.

At the initial stage, gas for the proposed pipeline will be supplied from the central manifold at Maqta, in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, operated by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company. From 2005, DEL will supply gas under the Dolphin project.

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