ADMA-OPCO upgrading Zakum water injection

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Aug. 10--
Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Co. (ADMA-OPCO) let a contract worth about $350 million to McDermott International Inc. to upgrade water-injection equipment at giant Zakum oil field off Abu Dhabi.

In a pressure-upgrade part of the project, McDermott will install new pumps, piping, and transformers; modify instrumentation and equipment; and reinforce water injection modules at the Zakum Central supercomplex and Zakum West supercomplex 6 miles to the west.

In a capacity upgrade part of the project, McDermott will provide engineering, procurement, and construction services for a new 3,250-tonne deck housing a new water treatment and injection system, power generation equipment, and six-legged jacket.

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