Al-Khafji contracts new crude oil transmission line offshore Saudi Arabia

Offshore staff

NEW DELHI, India – Al-Khafji Joint Operations has awarded Punj Lloyd Group an engineering, procurement, and construction contract for a project offshore Saudi Arabia.

The $57.75-million project is scheduled for commissioning in late 3Q 2014.

The scope of work entails detail design, engineering, procurement, testing, transportation, and construction/installation of a new 20-in. OD crude transmission line, 40-km (25-mi) submarine rigid pipeline, mechanical completion, pre-commissioning, commissioning/start up, and performance testing.

The scope also includes modifications at Ratawi Gathering Station, scraper launcher, tie-ins with existing facilities including utilities, valves and piping, riser and riser clamps, deck extension for installation of new facilities and onshore section at Al-Khafji from landfall to scraper receiver, scraper receiver, tie-ins with existing facilities including utilities, valves and piping.

Al-Khafji Joint Operations is a joint operation of Aramco Gulf Operations Co. Ltd. and Kuwaiti Gulf Oil Co. for oil and gas exploration development and production in the offshore area of the partitioned neutral zone between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

3/27/2013

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