Oilfield services provider Petrofac has secured contracts from clients in Oman and Libya to provide front-end engineering design (FEED) and conceptualization studies.
In Oman, the company won a contract from Flare to Value (F2V) to produce a basic engineering package for the recovery of gas that is currently flared at three onshore locations.
As part of the contract, the company will focus on the fast-track execution of constructible and standardized solutions, as well as operable solutions that increase modularization and reduce disruption to the ongoing onshore operations.
In Libya, Waha Oil Company (WOC) awarded a contract to Petrofac to produce a FEED for its Gialo III field, located onshore Libya.
Expected to run for a period of 41 weeks, the work will support WOC’s planned programme of development over the upcoming years.
Petrofac also secured a contract to carry out a conceptual and pre-FEED study for the renovation of the Dahra Oil Field in Concession 32, onshore Libya for four months.
The work scope includes services for upstream facilities such as well sites, flowlines, process plant and export pipelines, with Waha serving as the ultimate client.
Petrofac has formed a project joint venture (JV) with Taknia to carry out the work.
Petrofac’s Engineering & Consultancy Services (ECS) business in Woking, UK, will execute all the three contracts.
Petrofac Engineering and Production Services West managing director Nick Shorten said: “We are delighted to have secured these engineering contracts to support clients in our core markets in the Middle East and North Africa.
“These awards demonstrate how our high-end consultancy and front-end engineering expertise can support our clients in unlocking complex projects.”
In June, Petrofac secured a $75m contract from Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) for the Mabrouk North East Line Pipe Procurement Project in Oman.