French engineering firm Technip has secured a contract from Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO) to support the Nasr Phase II full field development project.
Technip will provide project management consultancy services for the engineering, procurement and construction works of the project's packages one, two and three.
Technip will manage the EPC phases currently under execution in the UAE, Singapore and South Korea.
The project, which is expected to be completed in 2019, will be implemented by Technip PMC. ADMA-OPCO is developing the Nasr field to secure an annual average production of 65,000 barrels of oil a day, using offshore process facilities, wellheads and pipelines on Das Island.
Technip president in the Middle East Vaseem Khan said: "This contract is a significant achievement and it reflects ADMA-OPCO's trust in the company's capabilities in delivering key projects for them.
"Our association with the Nasr Full Field Development continues from the [front-end engineering design] FEED phase where Technip was the PMC contractor.
"This new award continues to reinforce Technip's positioning on PMC activities, leveraging its long-lasting experience in executing complex projects."
The Al-Nasr oilfield is about 80 miles north-west of Abu Dhabi in the Arabian Gulf. Other stakeholders in the Al-Nasr project are BP, Total and Japan Oil Development Company.