Qatar: seawater system project

Qatar Petroleum (QP) has awarded an estimated USD 951 million engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning contract to Dubai-based Dodsal for setting up of a Common Cooling Seawater System (Phase-II) at Ras Laffan in Qatar. This system will cater to the needs of LNG trains at QatarGas and RasGas. The system will also supply seawater to QPower to be used for cooling and desalination. The project covers design, supply and commissioning of mega pumps and 220kV transformers with a combined power requirement of around 120MW. It also includes Distributed Control Systems and telecommunication systems. Phase II will augment the existing capacity of 310,000 cubic metres per hour to over 835,000 cum per hour. A major part of this scheme is to be completed in 20 months, while the balance will be completed in the ensuing 13 months.

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