Future Pipe wins Ras Laffan order

12 May 2006
Future Pipe Industries Qatar, a subsidiary of UAE-based Future Pipe Group, has been awarded a subcontract, worth QR 627 million ($165 million), to supply fibreglass pipes and fittings for the phase 2 expansion of the common seawater cooling facility at Ras Laffan Industrial City (RLIC).
Under the terms of the subcontract, placed by the UAE-based engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning (EPIC) contractor, Dodsal, Future Pipe will supply 20 kilometres of pipe with a diameter of 2,450 millimetres, 47 kilometres with a diameter of 3,500 millimetres, and 1 kilometre of 4,000-millimetre-diameter pipe.

Dodsal was awarded in early April the estimated $950 million EPIC contract.

The 33-month contract involves the expansion of the facility to 650,000 cubic metres an hour (cm/h) from the existing 308,000 cm/h. The end-user is Qatar Petroleum (QP MEED 7:4:06).

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