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QatarEnergy, QatarEnergy, a state-owned oil and gas company, has signed major engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contracts for the offshore scope of its Northfield expansion project to McDermott.
The expansion project will increase Qatar’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) production capacity from 77 million tons (MTPA) to 126 MTPA annually through expansion projects in Northfield East (NFE) and Northfield South (NFS). And the first LNG was in 2025, Qatar Energy said.
The scope of the awarded contract includes various connection pipelines and NFE pipelines, beach valve stations, and the shore approach of the building, as well as the top surface of 13 normally unmanned wellhead platforms (8 for NFE, for NFS). Includes 5).
NFS project jackets and pipelines are subject to separate bids scheduled to be awarded in the first half of 2022.
Saad Sherida Al-KaabiThe Minister of Energy, QatarEnergy’s president and chief executive officer, said: Demand will be met in a timely manner.
“This agreement also strengthens our excellent relationship with McDermott. We are confident that the effective collaboration of Qatar Energy, Qatargas and McDermott will ensure that the project is carried out safely and successfully as planned.”
Al-Kaabi said: Successful and timely execution of this contract. “
Qatargas is carrying out this megaproject on behalf of the QatarEnergy company.
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