Netherlands-based Tebodin has won three contracts to provided front-end engineering and design (feed) work for projects planned by Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (Gasco) in the UAE, according to a source familiar with the projects.

Tebodin is carrying out a feed study for surge drum piping modifications at Gasco’s processing trains 1 and 2 in Ruwais, western Abu Dhabi.

The project will install new piping lines to route vapour flashed in the natural gas liquids (NGL) feed surge drum to inlet of de-ethaniser columns along with associated controls. The study was awarded in June and will be carried out over an estimated six months.

Tebodin also won a six-month feed contract from Gasco on the replacement of programmable logic controllers (PLC) and related instrumentation at processing trains 1, 2 and 3 at the Habshan operations.

The contract, which was awarded in July, also includes preparation and the scope of work for the project’s engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) package.

In August, the company was awarded a five-month feed contract for a filtration, metering, pressure reduction and FCV skids at the Mirfa integrated water power plant (IWPP).

The existing gas filters at the plant cannot handle the additional sales gas, which has increased from 224 million cubic feet a day (cf/d) to 310 cf/d as part of the IWPP expansion. The scope of the project includes the installation of new filters, ultrasonic metering skid, pressure reducing station and a new flow limiting skid valve.

The Hague-headquartered Tebodin, which in 2012 was acquired by German engineering and construction group Bilfinger, also won several oil and gas contracts in Abu Dhabi earlier in 2014.