ADNOC awards US-based Baker Hughes two equipment, services contracts

The contract covers ADNOC’s onshore and offshore fields in the UAE for the next ten years

  
Offshore drilling oil rig for producing oil and gas in the petroleum industry. Image used for illustrative purpose.

Offshore drilling oil rig for producing oil and gas in the petroleum industry. Image used for illustrative purpose.

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UAE - Mubasher: Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has awarded two contracts to Baker Hughes, the US-based energy technology company, for equipment and services across several upstream fields and projects in the UAE.

Under the first contract, Baker Hughes’ surface pressure control (SPC) product line will manufacture, supply, store, and offer services to surface wellheads and tree systems, in cooperation with the local partner Al Ghaith Oilfield Supplies & Services, according to a press release on Thursday.

As part of ADNOC’s largest wellheads award globally, the contract covers ADNOC’s onshore and offshore fields in the UAE for the next ten years.

Meanwhile, Baker Hughes’ oilfield services (OFS) business has been awarded the second contract to manufacture, supply, store, install and serve liner hanger systems over five years with local partner Uni-Arab Engineering & Oilfield Service.

The first delivery of the surface wellheads and trees contract work will be in early 2022, and the first delivery of the liner hanger systems contract is set in the second half (H2) of 2022.

The Vice President of Surface Pressure Control for Oilfield Equipment at Baker Hughes, Ayman Khattab, said: "Our localized presence and strong record of execution in the UAE makes us a partner of choice for ADNOC. We are supporting the UAE and ADNOC’s growing energy needs and committed to transforming the industry by providing reliable technology and delivering operational excellence."

Source: Mubasher

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