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Abu Dhabi posted deadlines for Al-Nars Full Field Development tenders

Adma-Opco call for technical bid on Al-Nasr Full Field Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco) published the deadlines for the engineering companies to submit their technical offers for the Al-Nasr Full Field Development project offshore Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). As Al-Nasr Full Field Development project, Adma-Opco intents to proceed to the second …

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Adma-Opco prepares bids for Abu Dhabi Al-Nasr Full Field Development

Fluor completed FEED work on Al-Nasr Phase two The Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco) is currently preparing the evaluation of the technical bids to be submitted on Q2 2013 for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) packages of the Al-Nasr Full Field Development project offshore Abu Dhabi. Adma-Opco is a joint venture between the local Abu …

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Malaysia to take lead with world first vessel for offshore Chemical EOR

Petronas to award Angsi CEOR vessel EPC contracts The Malaysian national oil company Petronas is preparing the call for tender of the topsides and vessel conversion package for the Angsi chemical enhanced oil recovery (CEOR) vessel planned to be used to boost Angsi oil and gas production by an incremental 20%. This Angsi CEOR vessel will …

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BP scales up to $24 billion tight gas Oman Full Field Development

BP to develop Khazzan and Makarem in phase 1 BP revised significantly upward its capital expenditure in Oman Full Field Development project from $15 billion to $24 billion. Discovered in the 1990s, the huge reserves of natural gas in Center Oman have been left undeveloped because of the complexity and the potential costs related to …

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