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Bahrain have received the bids for Remote Gas Dehydration Units

Tatweer Petroleum W.L.L, Bahrain gets the bids for the project “Engineering, Procurement and Construction of Twenty Remote Gas Dehydration Units”.

Six bidders have submitted the proposal.

  • BL Energy DMCC
  • ENERSERV
  • PEG Engineering & Contracting DMCC
  • Petrofac International (Bahrain) SPC
  • TDE Overseas Ltd
  • Woodlands Energy Services Company

The commercial proposal of the bid will be published upon technical assessment of the submitted proposals. Tatweer, Bahrain call the bids during December 2019 from eligible firms. Scope of Work of the project comprises installation of 20 numbers Remote Gas Dehydration Units in the upcoming five years from 2021 to 2025. The base scope will be 13 Gas Dehydration Units (GDUs) with adjacent Well Heads divided into two batches. The first batch shall be 5 Gas Dehydration Units (GDUs) to be started up by end Apr 2021 and the Second batch shall be 8 Gas Dehydration Units (GDUs) to be started up by May 2022 remaining 7 Gas Dehydration Units (GDUs) will be on a call-off basis.

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