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May 31, 2016 - Contax Partners’ Energy Feed

Amec Foster Wheeler awarded FEED contract by KOC | QP receives bids for Al Shaheen field | Germany's ADKL to work with Iran’s MSPIC on €2bn petrochemicals deal


Amec Foster Wheeler awarded FEED contract by KOC 

Kuwait Oil company feed amec foster AFWAmec Foster Wheeler has been awarded a FEED contract by Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) to upgrade its Oil Gathering Centre GC-24. This new project will increase the capacity of the existing facility by 30%, adding 50,000 barrels of oil per day to the current output of 165,000 barrels of oil per day. In addition, the project will optimize existing facilities to cater for the expected high level of water in the mix of crude oil and gas. As KOC plans to increase oil production by up to 1mn barrels of oil per day (bopd) by 2020 and maintain this for 10 years, this project remains critical.



QP receives bids for Al Shaheen field

al shaheen oilfield qatar petroleumQatar Petroleum (QP) received proposals from several oil companies to enter a production sharing agreement to manage the country’s largest offshore oil field, the Al-Shaheen field. The companies that submitted bids include: Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Total, ConocoPhillips and Maersk Oil Qatar. The field, which is 80km off the coast of Qatar, currently produces around 300,000 barrels per day (bpd) and is expected to be awarded in the second half of the year. Qatar plans to raise production from the field by an additional 200,000 bpd.



Germany's ADKL to work with Iran’s MSPIC on €2bn petrochemicals deal

Orpic FGR projectIran’s Masjed Soleyman Petrochemical Industries Company (MSPIC) and Germany's Abels Decker Kuhfuß Lenzen (ADKL) have signed a €2bn contract to develop a major petrochemical project in Iran. According to the contract (which could increase to €10bn in further phases), ADKL will help MSPIC in developing Phase 1 of the petrochemical complex in the Khouzestan province. Additionally, ADKL will support MSPIC with technology transfer and the implementation of contracts for the project within Iran's framework of engineering, procurement, construction and finance (EPCF). The planned complex is expected to produce 3,250 tonnes of urea and 2,050 tonnes of ammonia daily.





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