Qatargas - North Field Production Sustainability: Phase 2: Scope B

General Information
Owner QatarGas
Masterplan Project (Parent Profile) Qatargas – North Field Production Sustainability: Phase 2 – Qatar
Location Doha, Doha Municipality, Qatar
Status --
Sector Gas, Transmission, Gas Compression Station
Contract Type Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC)
Onshore/Offshore Onshore
Greenfield/Brownfield Greenfield
Progress 0
Estimated Budget Value ---
Contract Value 0
Net Value $1875m
Award Date September 2022
Completion Date December 2026
Last Updated On May 2022
ProjectId (Old, New) 357557, 357557

Qatargas is planning the development of gas compression facilities as a part of the North Field Production Sustainability project in Qatar.

The gas compression complexes will be called ‘CP65’ & ‘CP75’ and will weigh 62,000 tonnes and 63,000 tonnes, respectively.

The US$1,875 million project includes the following:

1. Installation of two large gas compression complexes

2. Installation of jackets

3. Installation of topsides

4. Construction of decks

5. Construction of bridges

6. Construction of associated facilities

Second Section

19 May 2022

The bids are under evaluation and the EPC contract is expected to be awarded by September 2022. Following companies have submitted the bids: Saipem, Mc dermott, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Sapura, Subsea 7, Marie Tecnimont and Tecnicas Reunidas

22 April 2022

The main contract bids are under evaluation and McDermott have submitted the bids amongst others.

30 March 2022

The main contract bids were submitted and Hyundai Heavy Industries is one of the bidders.

12 January 2022

The main contract bid submission deadline is on January 30, 2022. (Source: MEED)

14 November 2021

The client issued the invitations to bid (ITB) on September 15, 2021, and the bid submission is due in the end of January 2022. The following companies are pre-qualified to bid for the project: Technip Energies (France) / Samsung Heavy Industries, Daewoo Engineering & Construction & McDermott (US) / Hyundai Heavy Industries. The main contract is expected to be awarded by July 2022. (Source: MEED)