Sepam Awarded Electrical, Instrumentation & Communications Contract on Qatar Gas III and IV LNG Project by CTJV

Sepam Qatar has been awarded a Electrical, Instrumentation & Communications Contract by CTJV (Chiyoda Technip Joint Venture) on Qatar Gas III and IV LNG Project in Ras Laffan, Qatar.

Sepam Qatar’s manpower on site is 420, with 284,520 Safe Man-hours achieved without LTI to date. CTJV – QCS Project to run until September 2010, when complete it will be the largest LNG train in the world.

The award is a significant achievement for the Sepam Qatar team and continues Sepam’s growing experience on LNG projects including South Hook LNG, Wales; Isle of Grain LNG, UK; Skikda LNG, Algeria and Bonny Island LNG, Nigeria.

Qatar Gas III and IV LNG Project

Qatar Gas III and IV LNG projects will supply the growing US market. Qatar Gas III is an integrated project, jointly owned by Qatar Petroleum (QP) (68.5%), ConocoPhillips (30%) and Mitsui (1.5%). Qatar Gas IV will be implemented through a joint venture between QP (70%) and Shell (30%). Each project comprises upstream gas production facilities to produce approximately 1.4 billion ft³ per day of natural gas and also 70,000bbl/d of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and condensate from the North Field over the 25-year life of the project.

Sepam Engineers & Contractors

Sepam concentrates on providing specialist engineering, procurement & contracting services for Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation and Communication scope of a project with a view to taking a defined scope on a lump sum, unit rate, or cost reimbursable basis.