Kuwait Oil Company tenders pipeline projects

21 November 2007
State upstream operator Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) is inviting local contractors to bid for two major contracts to upgrade its oil field and crude pipeline infrastructure.

A total of 36 firms are being invited to submitted bids by 17 December for a contract to upgrade and modify the electricity distribution system at gathering centre 23 at the Sabriya field in the north.
The $50 million lump-sum engineering, procurement and construction contract covers new transmission and distribution systems and a minor upgrade of the gathering centre itself.
More than 20 contractors have until 11 February to bid for a second contract to build crude pipelines between transit line 3 and the Doha water and power generating complex in the north of the state.
The lump-sum engineering, procurement and construction job, also estimated to be worth at least $50 million, involves the replacement of existing pipelines running between the new main crude export pipeline to the oil-fired Doha power and desalination plant.

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