ADNOC awards $548mn contract for gas line at Lower Zakum field
State-owned ADNOC on September 5 announced the award of a $548mn contract to build a new main gas line at its Lower Zakum field offshore Abu Dhabi.
The award will increase the Lower Zakum field’s gas production capacity from 430mn to 700mn ft3/day, it said. The engineering, procurement and construction contract was awarded by ADNOC Offshore to Abu Dhabi-based National Petroleum Construction Company.
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The new pipeline will cater to the increased volume of associated gas produced by the Lower Zakum field as the field’s oil production capacity increases to 450,000 barrels/day by 2025, ADNOC said.
The project will be completed in 2025 and will see the construction of a new subsea pipeline that will run 85 km from Zakum West Super Complex to Das Island. It also includes provisions to construct, install and test a new platform at the super complex as well as a new gas receiving facility at Das Island.
With this award, ADNOC Offshore and its partners have invested more than $5bn in recent weeks in the long-term development of Abu Dhabi's offshore operations, ADNOC said. The awards included contracts worth more than $3.4bn awarded to ADNOC Drilling to accelerate offshore growth activities and a $1.1bn contract awarded to ADNOC Logistics and Services to enhance offshore operations.