Qatar Shell lets contract for Pearl GTL

Qatar Shell Ltd. has let a contract to WorleyParsons Ltd. to provide long-term engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM) services for its Pearl gas-to-liquids (GTL) onshore and offshore installations in Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar.

To be executed by Worley Parsons Qatar with support from the firm’s global delivery center in India, the 5-year contract will involve delivery of EPCM services primarily for a portfolio of brownfield projects at Pearl GTL operations, WorleyParsons said.

The service provider disclosed neither the value of the contract nor further details regarding the nature of brownfield projects included in its work scope.

Qatar Shell previously let a 4-year call-off contract to a division of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., Montreal, to provide EPCM for all services related to plant changes, as well as for minor base and medium projects for a new phase of the Pearl GTL project (OGJ Online, Dec. 11, 2014).

Operated by Shell under a development and production-sharing agreement with Qatar Petroleum, the Pearl GTL plant has a GTL production capacity of 140,000 b/d as well as the ability to produce 120,000 b/d of NGLs and ethane (OGJ Online, Mar. 23, 2011).

Contact Robert Brelsford at rbrelsford@ogjonline.com.

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