PROJECTS: KOC awards Jurassic off-plot works contract to local company
Combined Group Contracting Company awarded contract worth $138mln
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By Senthil Palanisamy, ZAWYA
Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) has awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for its Jurassic Production Facilities (JPF) 4&5 North Area Off-plot Work package to local company Combined Group Contracting Company, a source confirmed with Zawya Projects.
The scope of work for Off-plot Work package includes laying of 6-inch flow lines from Jurassic Oil wells up to inlet manifold inside the facility including facility tie-ins (Approximately 40 Nos Jurassic Oil Flow lines per facility), 6-inch effluent water line (RTP) from facility to EWD well/ EWTIP, 4-inch RTRP line from source water wells to facilities, installation of Jurassic oil wellhead hook up, source water wellhead hook up, effluent water disposal wellhead hook up, construction of new asphalt road for facilities and associated works at the wellhead area, a second source confirmed with Zawya Projects.
(Reporting by Senthil Palanisamy; Editing by Anoop Menon)
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