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REGIONS COVERED
• China • Europe
• Central America • North America
Expansion of Idd el-Shargi North Dome, Phase 5
Name of Client : Qatar Petroleum (QP) Estimated Budget : $400,000,000 Facility Type : Oil field Sector : Oil (offshore) Status : Construction Location : North Dome Main Contractor : Saipem Award Date : Q4-2020
Background Qatar Petroleum (QP) is planning Phase 5, Package 2, expansion at Idd el-Shargi North Dome (ISND). ISND lies in 105 ft of water. It was discovered in 1961 and went into production in 1963. Oxy operated the offshore oil- field after it signed a production sharing agreement with QP in 1994 until QP took over in October 2019. The new expansion is expected to sustain the current production of 100,000 barrels per day (bpd) for the next six years. Package 2 involves, at least, one wellhead topside, sub- sea pipelines and brownfield modifications required at the offshore oilfield.
Project Status As of November 2020, construction works have com- menced. In October 2020, Saipem was awarded the en- gineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the project.
Project Scope The project scope includes one wellhead topside, subsea pipelines and brownfield modifications required at the offshore oilfield. The wellhead platform is expected to be a four-legged structure with 16 slots and will be installed in 33 m of water.
Project Finance The project client is Qatar Petroleum.
Project Schedules Project Start: 3Q-2019 EPC ITB: 3Q-2019 Engineering & Procurement: 4Q-2020 Construction: 4Q-2020 Completion: 4Q-2022
BAKER Hughes an- nounced it has moved its Surface Pressure Control Projects busi- ness (SPC Projects) headquarters from Houston to Abu Dhabi, bringing its operations closer to some of the company’s strategic customers and oil producers globally. The move will ensure better align- ment on strategy, decision-making and implementation of projects.
The announcement builds on Baker Hughes’ 2019 opening of a well- heads facility in Abu Dhabi. By bringing the headquarters closer to one of its largest Pressure Control manufacturing sites in Saudi Arabia, the SPC Projects business will be better suited for future growth and expansion.
SPC Projects is a part of the Oilfield Equipment segment of Baker Hughes. The business provides surface and subsea wellheads, surface pressure control equipment, subsea well intervention solutions and relat- ed services and connectors with facilities are in the Middle East, Mexico, Singapore and China.
The new SPC Projects headquarters in Abu Dhabi will deepen collabo- ration with regional leaders for technology and R&D in the oilfield equip- ment space, enhance local skills and bring more operational expertise to the UAE, contributing to the region’s manufacturing, engineering and sourcing capabilities.
“The Middle East is a key market for Baker Hughes, and the relocation of our SPC Projects headquarters to Abu Dhabi reflects our continued commitment to the region and focus on supporting the in-country value (ICV) requirements of the markets we operate in,” said Ayman Khattab, VP of Gulf, North Africa and India and VP of SPC Projects for Oilfield Equipment at Baker Hughes.
Baker Hughes relocates HQ of key unit to Abu Dhabi
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