ADNOC LNG, a unit of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, signed the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning deal with a consortium for the second phase of its IGD-E project.
The consortium of Spain’s Tecnicas Reunidas and Abu Dhabi’s Target Engineering Construction Company, has been awarded a deal worth $860 million for the second phase of the integrated gas development expansion project that is expected to take 54 months to complete.
It will add 245 million cubic feet per day of associated gas to the 1.4 billion cubic feet per day of offshore gas sent from Das Island to ADNOC Gas Processing’s Habshan gas facilities to be processed for use in power generation, ADNOC said in its statement.
The full scope of the contract encompasses engineering, equipment and material supply, construction, installation, testing and commissioning of compression, drying and gas treatment units, as well as power generation and other auxiliary services.
It includes the construction and commissioning of new gas facilities on Das Island including construction of a new booster compression train with a capacity of 60 million cubic feet per day, as well as two feed gas compression and dehydration trains, each having a capacity of 123 million cubic feet per day and two amine-based fuel gas treatment units with 80 million cubic feet per day capacity each.
Tecnicas Reunidas will lead the consortium and carry out the engineering and procurement for the project, while Target Engineering Construction Company will lead the construction and commissioning works on Das Island.
Work on ADNOC’s AED 40 billion (US $11 billion) Integrated Gas Development program began in 2009, to enable the transfer of one billion cubic feet a day of high-pressure gas from the offshore Umm Shaif field, via Das Island, to ADNOC Gas Processing’s onshore facilities at Habshan and Ruwais. The program was completed in 2013.
Subsequently, phase 1 of the integrated gas development expansion project was launched in 2015 and completed last month, boosting ADNOC’s offshore gas processing capacity by 400 million cubic feet per day to 1.4 billion cubic feet per day.
Phase I included the construction of a 4th gas dehydration unit and dry gas compression aftercooler on Das Island, gas pipelines, with a 117-kilometer offshore segment and 114-kilometer onshore segment, condensate pipelines and modifications to the Habshan gas processing complex.