NPCC Wins AED 633 Million Bu Haseer Contract from ADNOC

Published Date : 27, Jun 2018

National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC), part of Senaat Abu Dhabi, has won an EPC contract for Bu Haseer FFD project from ADNOC Offshore.

NPCC, a leading international EPC contractor, provides Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning services to Offshore and Onshore Oil & Gas sectors, and is headquartered in Abu Dhabi with offices around the region. It was founded in Abu Dhabi in 1973. SENAAT, representing the government of Abu Dhabi, owns 70% and Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) owns 30%.

This Bu Haseer FFD project will increase the peak production from the Bu Haseer field from 8 MBD in the EPS Phase to 16 MBD and will also provide water injection facilities for reservoir pressure maintenance. Project scope includes offshore wellhead tower (WHT-BH2), tie-in modifications on the existing wellhead tower (WHT-BH1), interconnecting 12” pipeline and composite subsea cable between the two wellhead towers, a new separator, scrubber and custody metering facilities at Das Island, 10” water injection pipelines, fibre optic cables and tie-ins to the existing SARB facilities at Zirku Island.

Overall project completion is expected by end of 2019 and is valued for AED 633 Million.

Eng. Ahmed Al Dhaheri, CEO of NPCC said “ADNOC is a special client for NPCC and we are proud of winning this contract. This contract reflects the trust that client has placed in NPCC’s capabilities. We will endeavor to deliver this project to high standards of quality and safety, with-in planned schedule.”

NPCC has over 1200 Engineers based in its Engineering Centers in Abu Dhabi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and La Ciotat, capable of providing a full range of engineering solutions across all disciplines. It owns a fleet of 22 offshore vessels equipped with modern facilities to support its offshore operations, which can operate in depths from 10 meters to 2000 meters, and has fabrication yard in Abu Dhabi covering and area of 1.3 million square meters.