Amarinth wins second pump order for Al Dabb’iya

Offshore staff

WOODBRIDGE, UKAmarinth has secured a further order worth more than €0.5-million ($0.55-million) for the Al Dabb’iya Facilities Development Phase III project in Abu Dhabi.

Fjords Processing in France has commissioned eight API 610 OH2 alloy 625 crude oil desalting system recycling pumps, with tailored Plan 53B seal support systems, for delivery within 24 weeks.

Previously, Amarinth was contracted to supply API 610 OH2 pumps for a gas dehydration and glycol regeneration package for the same project.

Abu Dhabi National Company for Onshore Oil Operation (ADCO)’s Al Dabb’iya program is designed to increase oil production by 73,000 b/d to 145,000 b/d in 2018.

This will be achieved by drilling 114 wells in new offshore and onshore clusters; extending existing well clusters; and adding new process trains to the existing central processing plant.


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