US-based Jacobs Engineering has confirmed that is has been awarded a contract by Saudi Aramco to provide front-end engineering and design (feed) and project management services for Central Processing Facilities (CPF) serving the Zuluf offshore field.
MEED reported that Jacobs had been awarded the contract in November 2017. It began work on the Zuluf Field Development programme in January this year, with services being executed from its offices in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia and Calgary, Canada.
The estimated $800m Zuluf field development programme involves building facilities to process 600,000 barrels a-day (b/d) of Arabian Heavy crude oil. The onshore CPF contains a new gas/oil separation plant (GOSP), gas compression facilities, a new water injection plant and pipelines.
The stabilised crude oil from the GOSP will be transported to the Ju'aymah terminal via new pipelines. The separated gas and condensate streams will be transported to the proposed Tanajib Gas Plant via another set of new pipelines.
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