UAE- NPCC Wins EPC Contract for ONGC's Offshore Field in India

An AED1.2bn ($327m) engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) contract was secured by UAE-based National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) from ONGC for Ratna offshore field in India.

The contract covers five well platforms and a pipeline, and is also part of offshore oil and gas infrastructure development on the west coast of India.

Founded in 1973, NPCC provides engineering, construction, procurement, installation and commissioning services to onshore and offshore oil and gas sectors.

NPCC chairman Hussain Al Nowais said: “This contract is an endorsement of NPCC’s international capabilities. I am proud of the NPCC’s relationship with ONGC and it is a testament of the good relations and economic cooperation between India and UAE, under the able guidance of the leadership of two countries.”

The contract includes survey, engineering, design, procurement, fabrication, loadout, transportation, installation and commissioning of five well platforms (R12B-R10A-R9A-R7A-R13A), as well as associated pipelines and cables.

Aqeel Madhi, NPCC vice-chairman and managing director said: “We have been working on offshore EPC projects for ONGC for over 35 years and are proud of our association with ONGC.”

With engineering centres in Mumbai, Abu Dhabi, Hyderabad and La Ciotat, the company is engaged in providing a full range of engineering solutions covering all disciplines.

Furthermore, the company owns a fleet of 22 offshore vessels that support its offshore operations.

NPCC also has fabrication yard in Abu Dhabi spanning 1.3 million square meters.

Source : izmap

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