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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Technip Wins Contract in Abu Dhabi

September 8, 2011

Technip, in consortium with NPCC(1), was awarded by ZADCO(2) an engineering, procurement and construction lump sum contract, worth a total of approximately $500 million (Technip part of the contract: 35%), for the Satah Full Field
Development project. This field is located 200 kilometers northwest of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The Satah Full Field Development project’s objective is to maximize crude oil production and oil recovery by reducing the well heads’ back pressure and introducing of gas injection and gas lift facilities. The project scope involves offshore brownfield works to the existing well head platforms and production manifold platform, installation of infield pipelines, as well as modifications and installation of new facilities at the Onshore Satah plant at Zirku Island. “This project award is the recognition of our expertise in the growing brownfield projects market in the Middle-East”, said Arturo Grimaldi, Senior Vice President of Technip in the Middle East. “It also reflects the confidence of our client ZADCO in the strong consortium that we form with NPCC”. Technip's operating center in Abu Dhabi will execute the engineering and procurement activities while construction and installation activities for offshore works will be performed by NPCC. The Onshore construction activities will be carried out jointly by the consortium companies.


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