Saipem awarded onshore contracts worth $ 3.5 billion

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3 May 2010

Saipem has been awarded three onshore contracts in Abu Dhabi worth approximately $ 3.5 billion in total.

Abu Dhabi Gas Development Company Limited has awarded Saipem three EPC contracts as part of the Shah Gas development program. The development program is designed to treat 1 billion cubic feet a day of sour gas from the Shah field, before separating the sulphur from the natural gas and transporting both to processing facilities at Habshan area, and then to Ruwais, located in the northern part of the Emirate. The Shah field is located 180 kilometres south west of Abu Dhabi city.

The first two contracts encompass the engineering, procurement, and construction of the gas process plant and of the sulphur recovery unit. The third contract covers the engineering, procurement, and construction of nearly 250 kilometre long pipelines in total for transporting gas, condensate and NGL from the Shah Gas plant to Habshan and ASAB tie-in point. The activities will be completed within 52 months.

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