The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced today the award of engineering, procurement and construction contracts for the Dalma gas field development project, with a total value of 5.36 billion dirhams / 1.46 billion dollars. The Dalma field is part of the Ghasha concession, which is the largest marine sour gas development project in the world and represents a cornerstone for achieving gas self-sufficiency in the UAE. The engineering, procurement and construction contracts were awarded to the National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) and a joint alliance consisting of Tecnicas Reunidas and Target Engineering. The contract includes the construction and construction of gas processing facilities, upstream wells, pipelines and offshore supply lines. 70% of the total value of the two contracts will be redirected to the local economy through ADNOC’s In-Country Value (ICV) program, reinforcing ADNOC’s commitment to redirecting value locally through the contracts it awards. The engineering, procurement and construction contracts for the Delma field were awarded in two packages, Package A, which was awarded to the National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) at a value of 1.89 billion dirhams/514 million dollars, and it covers engineering, procurement and construction of four wellhead towers. Offshore, pipelines and offshore supply lines in the “Hare Dalma”, “Satah” and “Bu Hasir” fields, while the value of package B, which was awarded to a joint alliance that included “Technicas Reunidas” and “Target Engineering”, reaches 3.49 billion dirhams ($950 million), which covers engineering, procurement and construction of gas processing facilities for gas dehydration, compression and related services on Arzanah Island, located 80 kilometers from Abu Dhabi. On this occasion, Yasser Saeed Al Mazrouei, CEO of the Department of Exploration, Development and Production at the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), said: “The award of engineering, procurement and construction contracts for the Delma field, in addition to the development work in drilling wells and the ongoing works to establish the artificial island, confirm the progress achieved. In the giant cheat project. As we continue to progress in the implementation of this strategic project, we are working to ensure the achievement of local added value that will contribute to driving economic growth in the UAE and support the 50 principles set by the wise leadership, which draws a road map for sustainable growth.” He added: “ADNOC and its partners continue to achieve the goals of increasing strategic production capacities, striving towards achieving sustainability ambitions, and working together responsibly to develop the giant Ghasha project, in order to increase and enhance value and support the goal of gas self-sufficiency in the UAE.” Both contracts are expected to be completed during 2025, as they will enable the offshore Dalma field, located 190 kilometers northwest of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, to produce about 340 million standard cubic feet per day of natural gas. To serve the objectives of the Dalma development project, ADNOC had previously awarded contracts to supply a group of major equipment that takes a long time to manufacture, and has also completed seven development wells, which contributed to accelerating the delivery of the project. ADNOC continues to work with its partners in the Ghasha concession to advance the giant Ghasha project to reduce project implementation costs in the shortest possible time and accelerate the integration of carbon capture technologies, by completing projects in phases while maintaining production targets and requirements. To achieve this goal, ADNOC and its partners have awarded a contract to modernize the initial and basic engineering designs for the franchise to Technip Energy. Three artificial islands were also completed within the Ghasha concession area, where production is expected to start in 2025, with an increase in production to reach more than 1.5 billion standard cubic feet per day, before the end of 2030. The Ghasha project included one of the largest environmental surveys The marine activities that have been implemented so far in the UAE, reflect ADNOC’s commitment to sustainability and protection of the natural environment. The use of artificial islands offers significant environmental protection and cost savings benefits, by eliminating the dredging of more than 100 well sites and providing additional habitats for marine life. It is worth noting that the Ghasha concession consists of the fields of Hail, Ghasha, Hair Dalma, Satah, Bu Hasir, Nasr, Sarb, Shuwaihat and Mubarraz, and it brings together ADNOC’s strategic partners: Eni / 25% /, and Wintershall Dea (10% /, OMV Company /5%/, and Lukoil Company /5%/.
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