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Das Island flare gas recovery in commercial bid

Adma-Opco to spend $50 million to reduce carbon footprint.

Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco)  is majority-owned by Abu Dhabi‘s state oil firm ADNOC with BP, Total, Inpex and Japan Oil Development Company as other share holders.

Adma-Opco is the operator of the Das Island offshore oil and gas hub.

In order to reduce the carbon footprint of the site, Adma-Opco is planning to install a flare gas recovery unit to capture the hydrocarbons gas emissions and prevent them from release in the atmosphere.

Adma-Opco estimated the capital expenditure to $50 million.

Tebodin from the Netherlands performed the Front End Engineering and Design (FEED)

Penspen from UK has been appointed as Project Manger Consultant (PMC)

Then the technical bids for the EPC contract were submitted by:

 – Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) from Greece

 – Technip from Abu Dhabi office

 – Adyard from Abu Dhabi.

The commercial bids should follow in June for an award on third quarter 2012.

Adma-Opco is planning the completion of the Das Island flare gas recovery in 2014.

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1 Comment to “Das Island flare gas recovery in commercial bid”

  1. hi sir I am general practitioner working in sultanate of oman since eight years as G P.i have worked in oil and gas field n refinery in oman,presently based in muscat capital.working as G P.

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