Production set to increase at Dahra reservoir by 20,000 barrels a day over the next two years
Libya’s Mabruk Oil Operations (MOO) has invited local and international oil contractors to prequalify for an engineering, procurement, supply, construction and commission (EPSCC) contract for the Dahra South East reservoir in the North African state.
The invitation will be followed by a tender being issued by MOO for a contract that will involve oil production being increased by 20,000 barrels a day at the field by 2013. The tender is part of the first phase of the development of Dahra & Garian reservoirs, which are located in the onshore Mabruk field.
The scope of works for the project includes expanding and upgrading gathering systems, oil and gas separation units, water treatment facilities and a new process train, as well as general works, such as utilities and common facilities.
Prequalification documents from interested contractors need to be submitted to MOO by November 3.
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