Ranhill Internationalof Malaysia with the local PetroNeedshas been awarded a $239 million engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contract for the 300,000-barrel-a-day central processing facility at Al-Jabalayan, field production facilities at Palogue and 250 kilometres of water pipeline linking the two sites. Ranhill will hold a 55 per cent stake in the venture while PetroNeeds will take the remaining 45 per cent. Dubai-based Dodsal with the local Heglig Petroleum Services & Investment Companyhas been awarded the EPCC contract to construct field production facilities at the Adar-Yale and Agordeed fields.
The downstream element of the scheme, covering construction of a 1,400-kilometre-long, 32-inch-diameter crude export pipeline, was divided into four packages, known as A1, A2, B1 and B2. China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Corporationwith Heglig won A1; A2 went to Australia’s Worley with STG, the German subsidiary of Russia’s Stroytransgaz; B1 was awarded to China’s Sinopec,with Malaysia Mining Corporation; and A2 was won by Dodsal, with Sapura of Malaysia.
The client on the project is Petrodar Operating Company, a consortium of China National Petroleum Corporationwith 41 per cent, Malaysia’s Petronas Carigali Overseaswith 40 per cent, the local Sudapetwith 8 per cent and Dubai-based Thani Corporationwith 5 per cent.