Germany's MANGHH is close to being awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract on the estimated $45 million enhanced oil recovery (EOR) project at the Amal field in the northeast. The company has been invited to participate in clarification meetings with the client, Petro-Canada. A formal announcement is expected in mid-November.
The contract calls for the installation of three water injection units with associated low-pressure flowlines from three wells and three high-pressure booster pumps and the construction of a water treatment plant. The engineering work and procurement of major components is expected to take five-six months, with construction expected to begin in the summer of 2005. The other bidding groups are: Italy's Bonatti, with Paris-based Technip; and Interbetonwith Iv-Oil & Gas, both of the Netherlands (MEED 27:08:04).
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