Daewoo unit lands $634mln Qatar fixed platform contract

The scope of work includes a topside, a jacket, and an interconnection bridge with other facilities

  
A Bangladeshi construction labourer works at the site of a hotel building project in Tripoli January 26, 2009. The hotel is being constructed by Image for illustrative purposes.

A Bangladeshi construction labourer works at the site of a hotel building project in Tripoli January 26, 2009. The hotel is being constructed by Image for illustrative purposes.

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Korean group Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering said it has clinched an order worth KRW725.3 billion ($633.6 million) from Qatar's North Oil Company (NOC) for setting up a fixed platform in the country's largest Al-Shaheen oil field.

The scope of work includes a topside, a jacket, and an interconnection bridge with other facilities, said the Korean group in its statement.

Construction on the fixed platform will be completed by the second half of 2023, it added. -TradeArabia News Service

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