Russian firm wins major oil contracts in Iraq.
LUKOIL SIGNED CONTRACTS - FOR WEST QURNA-2 FIELD DEVELOPMENT IN IRAQ
LUKOIL Mid-East Ltd (West Qurna-2 project operator) signed several major contracts for West Qurna-2 field development in Iraq according to the tender results.
The contract with the Samsung Engineering (Korea) sets out 29 months to design 5 well pads with 67 development wells, 5 gathering lines, central processing facility (CPF), Euphrates river water intake and water pipeline to the CPF, power supply system and field camp. The contract also covers utilities for water treatment, distribution and disposal (including formation water), fuel gas extraction, instruments, drainage systems, commercial oil storage tanks and pumping facilities, administration buildings, workshops, warehouses, chemical analytical laboratory, fire station, central control room and other facilities.
The ENKA Insaat (Turkey) was contracted for construction of the gas turbine power plant. This facility includes three bi-fuel industrial gas turbines by General Electric 42 MW each, gas treatment unit with gas compressors, diesel fuel loading, storage and distribution system with two tanks 2,500 cubic meters each, power distribution system with step-up, step-down and auxiliary transformers and switch gears, diesel generator, control room, utility and infrastructure installations. The works are planned to be completed within 27 months.
Entrepose Projets/Rosco (France/Jordan) was contracted for extension of the existing tank farm at the Tuba oil export terminal, namely construction of three oil storage tanks 66 thousand cubic meters each as well as state-of-the-art automation, remote control, power supply and fire fighting systems. The works are planned to be completed within 22 months.
The turnkey contracts cover engineering, construction and supply of required materials and equipment by the contractors.
Lukoil press release, 22 March 2012
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|Date:||Mar 22, 2012|
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