L&T commissions Dh1.47bn Abu Dhabi project

L&T has completed developing Umm Lulu Phase-I & Nasr Phase-I Field Development Projects of Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company. (File)

Indian multinational conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T) said it had commissioned $400 million (Dh1.47bn) Umm Lulu Phase-I & Nasr Phase-I Field Development Projects of Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco).

L&T undertook the full EPCIC scope of 4 Well Head towers (2 each in Umm Lulu and Nasr) with another bridge-linked manifold tower in Nasr field, 102 KMs of sub-sea pipelines, fiber-optic communication cable and associated brown-field modifications on inter-connected platforms.

For production from Umm Lulu, extensive modifications were made by L&T to Zadco’s Umm Al Dalkh Central Processing Platform. Production from the Nasr field necessitated modifications to the Umm Shaif platform and laying a new 20-inch multiphase subsea export pipeline to Total’s Abu Al Bukoosh facilities.

Once fully developed the two projects will contribute additional 105,000 barrels per day from the Umm Lulu field and 65,000 barrels per day from Nasr field, the company said in a statement.

This project merits many firsts that include use of smart well-head platforms in UAE, 2 KW solar power capacity on each platform, 2500-class multi selector manifolds in Inconel material weighing over 8.5 tons each, etc.
 

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