Apr 15 2012
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Al Hassan Engineering secures PDO contract
The scope of the work for AHEC includes Engineering, Bulk procurement, Construction and Commissioning for the completion of Amal HRSG-1 project. As part of its scope, AHEC will install a new HRSG at the back of Amal Power station gas turbine. The HRSG will have capability of producing around 6,000 tonnes of steam per day.
AHEC will also install high pressure feed water pumps, instrument air compressors and associated electrical switchgear systems. AHEC will also construct a utility building to house the electrical switchgear and controls systems. AHEC will procure switchgear, UPS, instrument air compressors and piping while the HRSG, pumps and DCS will be procured and free -- issued by PDO .
With the Amal HRSG-1 EPC contract, AHEC builds upon its already extensive experience of having been involved with the construction of more than 2,000 MW of installed power in Oman. Currently, in the power sector, AHEC is undertaking a number of projects including Long Term Power Supply Project for Occidental Mukhaizna, Civil and building works for Barka-3 IPP and civil works for a 400 kV grid sub-station for Siemens in Shuwaihat, Abu Dhabi.
AHEC in the recent past has diversified its activities into boiler and pressure vessels erection, installation and allied works. AHEC has previously erected four HRSGs as part of the 1,000 MW Sohar Aluminium Power Plant Project with Alstom-France and executed two HRSGs as part of Once-Through HRSG Contract for NeM -- Netherlands at Occidental Mukhaizna.
AHEC's involvement as an EPC Contractor for the PDO Amal Power Project includes installation and assembly of critical equipment such as knock out vessel, water bath heaters, filter separator, drain vessel, and so on.
Commenting on the award, Peter Hall, CEO of AHEC said, "We are extremely happy to be entrusted with this contract. We believe that PDO has awarded the contract to AHEC based on the high HSE standards, right pricing and efficient procurement practices that we are known for and we are confident that we will execute this job to the highest standards."
The Amal HRSG order adds further to the AHEC healthy order book of more than RO 70 million which includes a number of major projects under varying stages of construction in both Oman and the UAE.
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