SNC-Lavalin declares that it has been awarded an engineering services contract from Al Dhafra Petroleum, a joint venture corporation between ADNOC and the Korea National Oil Corporation and GSEnergy. This contract win is aligned with SNC-Lavalin’s new strategy moving ahead to increased growth and engineering services.
Under the nine-month agreement, SNC-Lavalin will give front-end engineering and design (FEED) services for the second phase of the Haliba field, based in Al Dhafra Petroleum’s concession area. The project’s aim is to enhance surface amenities in an optimized manner to deal with long-term manufacturing as well as future production prospects near Haliba. The contract scope of work which includes verification of the conceptual studies and design, carrying out FEED to improve surface amenities required for processing production from the major plant and its north and south extension areas, execution planning, and designing amenities to manage production from other close-by prospects.
“This contract is aligned with our target to leverage our huge knowledge and experience across our complete spectrum of end-to-end services to our clients,” stated Craig Muir, President, Resources at SNC-Lavalin. “We are dedicated to delivering the absolute best quality services to our client and assist them attain their objectives. Our groups will make sure we bring the technical knowhow, agility and progressive solutions that we are known for to this project.”
Al Dhafra Petroleum was hooked up in 2014 as an ADNOC joint project company with the Korean National Oil Corporation and GS Energy, to discover and improve untapped fields in its concession area by leveraging innovation and an agile working model to improve efficiency and maximize value. Its aim is to unlock hydrocarbon sources in the emirate and drive a more profitable upstream business in line with ADNOC’s 2030 Smart Growth Strategy.