SCOP receives funds, issues more tenders

16 July 2004
State Company for Oil Projects (SCOP)has tendered a series of contracts and procurement notices following the release of more than $800 million of funding for operations and capital projects in the oil and gas sector. International and local companies have been invited to bid by 15 August for the contract to build 10 cross-river transportation pipelines ranging up to 48 inches in diameter.

SCOP has also issued 12 tenders for the supply of materials for the construction of a dry gas network. The main items and services included in the procurement notices include the supply of over 200 kilometres of 48-inch-diameter longitudinal line pipe; 110 kilometres of 24-inch-diameter single-seam line pipe; design and supply of valve stations for dry gas pipeline; power transformers; and a cathodic protection system. All bids are due by 7 August.

Bids are due on 15 September for the supply of a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system to serve the East Baghdad oil field. SCOP is in the process of tendering for a major refurbishment of the field's infrastructure. The field, which first came into production in 1989, is estimated to have up to 16,000 million barrels of oil in place.

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