Saipem won two offshore contracts for a total amount in excess of 350 million USD

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30th March 2004

Saipem, an Eni company, has been awarded two offshore contracts as part of the Dolphin project for the job of laying a gas pipeline from Qatar's North Field to Ras Laffan to supply Qatari gas to the UAE.

The two contracts, whose total amount is in excess of 350 million USD, have been awarded by Dolphin Energy Limited.

The scope of work of the two contracts includes the engineering, procurement, construction and precommissioning of shore approaches at Ras Laffan, Qatar, and 12km of two 36”pipelines and of 372km of a 48” gas pipeline from shore Ras Laffan to a receiving facility terminal onshore Taweelah, in the United Arab Emirates.

The contracts will be performed between the second quarter 2004 and the first half 2006, and the installation phase will be carried out by the vessels Castoro 6 and Castoro 10.


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