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Petrofac have secured contract for Gas Well Hook-Ups and associated Pipelines in Bahrain

Bahrain’s Tatweer Petroleum W.L.L assigned the project Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC), and commissioning of Pre-Unayzah Gas Well Hook-Ups, involve Pipelines, and Tie-ins at Gas Dehydration Units. The project has been assigned to Petrofac International (Bahrain) SPC, a subsidiary of UK based Petrofac

Earlier, during November 2019, Tatweer got the proposals from multiple bidders (read more).

Project scope:

The project scope of work comprises connecting a total of 24 Pre-Unayzah (PU) wells consisting of vertical wells and horizontal wells to the existing gas dehydration unit (GDUs). The maximum required gas flow from the vertical and horizontal wells is 30 Million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) and 50 MMSCFD respectively. The line up of PU Wellheads to GDUs will start the operation of GDUs at their estimated capacity of 66 MMSCFD. The contractor need to complete the project activities on a lump-sum turnkey basis including engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC).


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