Oman tenders southern gas network

09 April 2008

Oman Gas Company (OGC) has tendered two packages on its $150m-$200m gas network expansion, linking the southern Nimr field with the port city of Salalah.

Prequalified companies have until 26 May to bid for the two engineering, procurement and construction packages.

One deal covers the construction of a 150-kilometre-long pipeline between Nimr and Salalah. The other covers the upgrade of the control system at pressure reduction stations in Salalah (MEED 23:01:08).

Prequalified companies include Turkey’s Fernas Construction Company, Italy’s Saipem, Larsen & Toubro and Punj Lloyd, both of India, Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Company (CCC), and Gulf Petrochemical Services & Trading, Galfar Engineering, and Al-Hassan Engineering, all local.

The gas will be used as feedstock for the Salalah methanol plant and the Salalah independent power project.

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