Bonatti contracted for pipeline construction project
Published by Stephanie Roker,
Bonatti has been awarded the Area 51 Pipelines contract by Tengizchevroil (TCO) for the FGP-WPMP project, which will create a new gathering system for transporting the fluids of Tengiz and Korolev reservoir to the new FGP processing facilities.
Bonatti’s scope of work includes the construction and precommissioning of about 377 km of various diameters pipelines:
- Production gathering system.
- High pressure sour gas injection and utilities (water, fuel gas, diesel).
Bonatti’s major partner in the contract is Montazhspetsstroy Joint Stock Company.
The contract signing ceremony took place on 30 November in Atyrau with participation of Tengizchevroil Projects General Manager, Kevin Kassner, FGP-WPMP Project Director, Mick Kraly, as well as Bonatti Chairman of the Board, Paolo Ghirelli and MontazhSpetsStroy JSC President, Talgat Nazarov.
During the signing ceremony Ghirelli conveyed the following: “Kazakhstani content development is one of the highest priorities for our client Tengizchevroil. Bonatti supports Tengizchevroil’s goal to achieve maximum use of the country’s resources. I am pleased that our partner in this contract is a Kazakhstani company MontazhSpetsStroy, which has been on Kazakhstan’s market since 1994. The work to be executed as part this contract is a key element on the path to achieve our commitment to the Republic of Kazakhstan.”
Being located in an operational field, the activities will be executed in particularly challenging conditions such as brownfield and characterised by an elevated number of crossings, which is estimated in about 3800 between pipelines, buried cables, areal cables, roads and SOE areas.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/contracts-and-tenders/12012018/bonatti-contracted-for-pipeline-construction-project/
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