Subcontracts let on Abu Dhabi onshore projects

03 October 2003
Descon Engineeringof Pakistan has been awarded two subcontracts worth a total of AED 92 million ($25 million) for work in the Abu Dhabi oil and gas sector. The larger of the two contracts is worth AED 70 million ($19 million) and covers the civil and electro-mechanical works for the project to upgrade production capacity at the onshore Bab oil field. The order was placed by Japan's JGC Corporation, which is carrying out the estimated AED 334 million ($91 million) engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract awarded in March (MEED 10:3:03).

The second contract, worth AED 22 million ($6 million), is for the civils and the electro-mechanical package on the 400 million-cubic-feet-a-day ethane recovery maximisation (ERM) project. US-based Fluor Daniel is carrying out the EPC contract under a $22 million contract awarded in July. The project calls for enhancing gas recovery at the Thamama-F train at the onshore Habshan field, built under the first phase of the onshore gas development (OGD-1) scheme. The client is Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Company (Gasco - MEED 18:7:03).

Lebanon's Contracting & Trading (CAT)has also been awarded a AED 25 million ($7 million) subcontract on the Bab project, covering the flowlines and piping package. The client on Bab is Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (Adco).

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