Tecnicas Reunidas wins more LNG expansion work from Qatargas

LNG producer Qatargas, a unit of QatarEnergy, has awarded Spanish engineering and construction firm Tecnicas Reunidas additional work on its giant LNG expansion project.

According to a statement by Tecnicas Reunidas, the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work including the pipelines, interconnections, ancillary systems, and other supporting components for the LNG off-plot facilities for the North Field South project.

Total contract value is around $560 million.

Tecnicas Reunidas said the new scope includes the engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning of a range of off–plot facilities.

These include the LNG rundown lines, boil–off gas (BOG) recovery and utility pipelines that will connect the southern part of Ras Laffan Industrial City to new storage tanks and export facilities in RLIC.

The scope of the project also includes the commissioning of LNG tanks, an LNG loading berth, BOG compressors, and associated equipment.

This award reinforces the relationship between QatarEnergy and Tecnicas Reunidas which is currently executing the EPC works for the expansion of the condensate, LPG, and MEG storage, distribution, and associated facilities for the North Field Expansion project.

Tecnicas Reunidas is also executing the EPC works for the sulfur handling facility for the North Field expansion project in a joint venture with Wison Engineering.

State-owned QatarEnergy is significantly increasing LNG production from the North Field.

This first phase of the expansion project will increase Qatar’s LNG production capacity from 77 to 110 MTPA, while the second phase will further boost capacity to total 126 MTPA.

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