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The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), on behalf of government, is undertaking the construction of an oil field project in Persian Gulf, Iran.
The project involves the construction of offshore oil production platform with a capacity of 65,000 barrels of crude oil per day. It will be executed in phases.
The project includes the construction of offshore platform facilities, a transmission station, a substation, gas lifting and export facilities, platforms and water treatment facility, dredging and reclamation works, drilling of oil wells, the drilling of two appraisal wells and three new production wells, and the installation of safety systems and the laying of pipelines.
In 2002, Petroiran Development Company was appointed as the main contractor for the development of the fields. The oil field development contracts were awarded to Saudi Arabian Oil Co and McDermott International, Inc. The contract covers development in Saudi section of the oilfield.
Saipem Triune Engineering Pvt. Ltd has been awarded as EPC contractor for the first phase.
Iranian Offshore Engineering and Construction Co. (IOEC) is undertaking the construction of LQA and FZA platforms, a gas pressure booster station, and subsea pipelines.
Siemens AG has been appointed as supply contractor by NIOC. Under the scope of the contract, Siemens will supply two of its SGT400 (Cyclone) model gas turbines for the project.
Siemens awarded a supply contract to CiTECH for two CiBAS C45 model Waste Heat Recovery Units (WHRU) to provide heat to the on-board gas processing system of the project.
Construction work on the offshore platform is underway. The entire project is expected to complete by the end of 2018.
The project involves the construction of offshore oil production platform with a capacity of 65,000 barrels of crude oil per day located around 100km southwest of KhargIsland in the Persian Gulf, Iran.
The US$685 million project includes the following:
1. Dredging and reclamation works
2. Drilling of oil wells
3. Drilling of two appraisal wells and three new production wells
4. Construction of a transmission station
5. Construction of a substation
6. Construction of gas lifting and export facilities
7. Construction of platforms and water treatment facilities
8. Construction of a gas pressure booster station
9. Installation of safety systems
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