Saudi Aramco has awarded contracts to Jacobs Engineering, National Petroleum Construction Company and China Petroleum Pipelines Company for work associated with the Zuluf field development, the Safaniya field pipeline and truckline project, and the Haradh Gas Increment Program, respectively.
Jacobs Engineering received a contract to provide engineering and project management services for the Zuluf field development. The entire scope of work for the Zuluf field development consists of water injection and oil wellhead platforms, tie-in platforms, trunk lines and flowlines along with to 600,000 MBCD onshore central processing facilities, which will include a new gas/oil separation plant, gas compression facilities and new water injection plants. New pipelines will deliver stabilized crude oil to the Ju’aymah terminal and separated gas and condensate streams to the proposed Tanajib gas plant.
The National Petroleum Construction Company received a two-year engineering, procurement, construction and installation contract for the Safaniya field pipeline and truckline project. As part of the project, a tie in platform will be constructed and installed to serve as an extra gathering hub for future oil wellhead platforms, along with a 30-inch, 25.5-kilometer trunk line between the new TP-21 and the onshore Safaniya GOSP-1.
China Petroleum Pipelines Company received a contract to install approximately 450 kilometers of pipeline as part of the Haradh Gas Increment Program. The project will transport 290 million standard cubic feet per day of natural gas from Haradh field to the Hawiyah processing plant and is expected to be completed by early 2019.