McDermott Bags Three EPCI Projects in Arabian Gulf

McDermott International has been awarded three separate projects by an unnamed national oil company for the integrated engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) services in multiple fields in the Arabian Gulf.

In addition to this, there has also been an award of an additional scope on an existing contract, also being executed in the Arabian Gulf, the company informed.

McDermott’s work scope for the projects includes the EPCI for jackets and topsides, subsea pipelines and subsea cables.

Work on the projects is expected to be executed through the fourth quarter of 2017.

“These awards are due, in part, to McDermott’s ability to provide a highly efficient solution with schedule certainty and draws upon our in-depth knowledge and experience working offshore in the Middle East area over many years,” said Linh Austin, McDermott vice president, Middle East.

Engineering is expected to be carried out by McDermott’s teams in Dubai, U.A.E., and Chennai, India.

Fabrication of the structures will be undertaken by McDermott’s Dubai-based fabrication facilities and marine installation is expected to be undertaken by the fleet of shallow water vessels.

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