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McDermott International has secured an EPCI contract for the Gas-Oil Separation Plant (GOSP) for the Package 1 of Saudi Aramco's Marjan Increment Development Mega-Project. The approximately $3 billion contract will require McDermott to deploy an integrated execution model exploiting its extensive global assets and facilities. The Package 1 GOSP separation platform is situated offshore the Arabian Gulf.
L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering, yesterday, informed in a regulatory filing about landing twin orders from oil major, ONGC. The contract requires L&T to carry out EPCIC services for the development of Heera Panna block and Mumbai High South field of the western offshore basin near Mumbai. L&T secured the contracts through international competitive bidding.
EPC giant, TechnipFMC has landed subsea contracts for Anadarko’s Mozambique LNG Project. Valued at over $1 billion, the contract will require TechnipFMC to work in collaboration with Van Oord and Allseas to carry out the EPCI of the subsea hardware system. TechnipFMC also bagged separate contracts through its subsidiary FMCTI to deliver subsea hardware to support well construction and the EPCI scope.
Bechtel has been awarded an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract by NextDecade. The contract pertains to the first phase of the Rio Grande LNG project. There will be three liquefication trains, two 180,000 m3 storage tanks, and two marine berths in this project. Bechtel is global project management, engineering, and construction company which is making an effort to provide clean energy to the world.
EPC giant, McDermott has secured a contract from Petrobras to carry out engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of subsea risers and flowlines under Phase-1 of the Sepia field project. McDermott plans to utilize five vessels for the installation phase at ultra-deepwater depths. The engineering work will most likely begin immediately, and McDermott will reflect the contract in the second quarter of 2019 backlog.
American EPC giant, KBR Inc has secured an EPC contract for Train 4 at the Freeport LNG project in Texas. The expected EPC contract will require KBR to carry out engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and start-up of the 5 mtpy LNG train and associated gas pre-treatment plant. The contract is expected to conclude within this quarter.
Oklahoma-based Matrix Service Company has secured an EPC contract for the Piedmont Natural Gas LNG facility in North Carolina. The contract was awarded to Matrix’s subsidiary, Matrix Service Inc, who will carry out engineering, procurement and construction services for the 1 billion cu. ft storage facility. The project which will begin this month, is slated for completion in the summer of 2021.
TechnipFMC has been awarded a contract whose worth is expected to be between $75m and $250m. It has been awarded this contract for the TOR II development in the North Sea where it is incharge of integrated engineering, procurement, construction and installation (iEPCI). The scope of work includes delivery and installation of a subsea production system including deployment of umbilical, rigid flowlines and ancillary subsea equipment.
Qatar Petroleum has planned to expand its production in the North Field reservoir. Working on this strategy, it has asked three groups to bid for engineering procurement and construction packages on LNG mega trains. The first group is a JV between Chiyoda Corporation and Technip France, the second group includes JGC Corporation and Hyundai Engineering and Construction and the third group has Saipem, McDermott Middle East Inc. and CTCI Corporation19.
British energy services firm, Petrofac has secured a £750 million contract award for the Ain Tsila project in Algeria. Under the terms of the contract, Petrofac will provide engineering, procurement and construction services for the Groupement Isarene-operated project. The project will produce gas, LPG and condensate for the domestic market and for export. Groupement Isarene is a joint venture between Sonatrach, Petroceltic, and Enel.
US EPC firm, KBR, Inc. has been awarded a reimbursable contract by oil supermajor ExxonMobil for the recently announced crude expansion project. The contract requires KBR to provide detailed engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services for the offsites and interconnecting units. Farhan Mujib, KBR President, Hydrocarbons - Delivery Solutions said "KBR is proud to continue our relationship with ExxonMobil through our partnership on this project."
Lundin Norway AS has awarded a sizeable contract to EPC giant, TechnipFMC for the Luno II and Rolvsnes development in the North Sea. The contract requires TechnipFMC to deliver and install subsea equipment including umbilicals, flexible jumpers, rigid flowlines, and subsea production systems. The EPCI contract is estimated to be around £190-£380 million.
A consortium of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Hydrocarbon Engineering and Subsea 7 secured two projects from the state-owned Saudi Aramco. In a regulatory filing, LTHE said that the scope of work includes EPCI services for three oil production deck manifolds and subsea pipelines in Saudi Aramco’s Zuluf and Berri fields. This is the fifth in the line of awards for the consortium.
Saudi Aramco has entered into a long-term deal with a consortium comprising of TechnipFMC and MHB-owned, Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE). In a statement given to press, MHB informed that the agreement binds the consortium to provide engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation, and installation services to Saudi Aramco’s offshore projects. MHB also informed about being awarded a contract by TechnipFMC for the fabrication of the Pluto Water Handling Module.
US-based Meridian Energy Group has assigned EPC giant, McDermott as the contractor to the Meridian Davis Refinery in North Dakota. Under the scope of the contract, McDermott will carry out Front-End Engineering Design (FEED). Post completion of the FEED phase, both the parties will ink a comprehensive turnkey EPC agreement. The Davis refinery is entering final design and equipment fabrication phase.
China-based Inner Mongolia Huineng Coal Chemical Co Ltd Technology firm has contracted the Linde Group to supply a mid-scale LNG plant in Inner Mongolia. The new LNG plant will be seventh in line for Linde to date in China, and also the largest. Linde's Engineering Division will provide engineering, procurement and site services for the 750,000 tpa LNG plant. Linde will utilise its proprietary LIMUM(R) process for the plant.
Norwegian oil major, Equinor has granted the £85m jacket supply contract for the Johan Sverdrup project to Kvaerner. Under the scope of the contract, Kvaerner will carry out engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of the steel substructure for the second processing platform in Johan Sverdrup field. The 12,300-tonne substructure is expected to be installed in spring 2021.
EPC giant, McDermott International and Italian contractor, Saipem are planning to jointly bid for NextDecade's proposed Rio Grande LNG project in Texas. CEO, McDermott informed that they are planning to submit the joint EPC proposal in the second quarter of 2019. NextDecade expects to reach a final investment decision on the project by 3Q2019.