Alliance Engineering awarded detailed engineering and design contract for Noble Energy's Tamar Platform topsides

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Wood Group's Alliance Engineering has been awarded a contract to provide detailed engineering and design services for the Tamar Platform Project, including topsides facilities and deck structure, to be located offshore Israel. The Tamar natural gas field will be operated by Noble Energy and is located offshore Israel in the eastern Mediterranean Sea's Levantine Basin.

The Tamar platform will be located in approximately 800 feet of water and will be designed to process 1.2 billion standard cubic feet of gas per day. The Tamar field is estimated to contain 8.4 trillion cubic feet of gas and will be produced through several subsea wells connected to the platform by 150 km long flow lines. The planned single-lift topsides facility will have four deck levels and will weigh nearly 10,000 tons when completed.

"We are very excited to be working for Noble Energy on this international gas field development," said Edmund Lunde, president of Alliance. "Alliance is committed to execution excellence in its projects and we are honored Noble Energy has given us this opportunity to showcase our capabilities."

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