Wasit Gas Bidders Selected

abarrelfullabarrelfull wrote on 20 May 2014 11:44
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25-Jan-2011

Saudi Aramco has finalized its bid selection process for the Wasit Gas Program onshore facilities, selecting SK Engineering & Construction Co Ltd and SAMSUNG Engineering Ltd.
The contract packages to be awarded are as follows:

Inlet and Gas Facilities

Saudi Aramco has selected SK Engineering & Construction Co Ltd for a Lump Sum Turn Key (LSTK) contract to perform the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work for the inlet and gas facilities. The scope of this package includes building four (4) gas treating trains, flare and burn pit facilities, related electrical and control system including substations and process interface buildings.

Cogeneration and Steam Generation

The company has selected SAMSUNG Engineering Ltd for a LSTK contract to perform the EPC of the cogeneration and steam generation facilities. The scope of this package includes building four (4) 150-megawatt cogeneration units, three boilers, central control building, and electrical and non-electrical utilities.

SRU and Utilities

SK Engineering & Construction Co Ltd was selected for a LSTK contract to perform the EPC for the sulfur recovery units (SRU) and utilities facilities. The scope of this package includes building four (4) SRUs, sulfur loading facilities, main pipe way, utilities, related electrical and control system including substations and process interface building.

NGL Fractionation

Saudi Aramco has selected SK Engineering & Construction Co Ltd for a LSTK contract to perform the EPC for NGL Fractionation. The scope of this package includes NGL Inlet facilities, NGL fractionation facilities, product treating and storage, LT flare, control systems including substations and process interface buildings.

To meet market needs for local feedstock and support the national economy, the Wasit Gas Program would process 2,500 million standard cubic feet of non-associated Khuff Gas from Arabiyah-Hasbah offshore field with production start-up scheduled in 2014, Ahmed A. Al-Sulaim, manager of Wasit Projects said after the selection process was finalized.


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