ADMA-OPCO and NPCC ink EPC pact worth US$885 million

ADMA-OPCOThe deal is part of ADMA-OPCO’s programme aimed at enhancing the oil production capacity from Lower Zakum Field, situated offshore Abu Dhabi. (Image source: ADMA-OPCO)ADMA-OPCO has signed an engineering, procurement and construction contract worth US$885mn with the National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) for the first phase of the Lower Zakum Oil Lines Replacement project

The project is part of ADMA-OPCO’s Lower Zakum programme aimed at enhancing the oil production capacity from Lower Zakum Field, situated offshore Abu Dhabi. The programme is in turn part of its overall scheme to raise the company’s oil production from the current 600,000 bpd to around one million bpd by 2020.

ADMA-OPCO said that this deal fits its strategy of replacing aged oil pipelines in the existing offshore fields with the objective of mitigating potential environmental risks; maximising asset lifetime and sustaining the oil production capacity.

Ali Al Jarwan, ADMA-OPCO CEO, said, "It’s our pleasure to have NPCC with us in this highly significant project which requires maximum attention in terms of quality and HSE.

"In this particular project NPCC have demonstrated their competitive edge in terms of pricing, schedule and willingness to do the project and we assure them of our maximum cooperation to do the job successfully."

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