The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced the award of two contracts to develop the Dalma gas field, with a total value estimated at 5.36 billion dirhams.

The company said in a statement, today, Thursday, that the two contracts for engineering, procurement and construction works for the Dalma gas field development project.

The Dalma field is part of the Ghasha concession, which is the largest offshore sour gas development project in the world, and represents an essential pillar for achieving gas self-sufficiency for the UAE. .

The engineering, procurement and construction contracts were awarded to the National Petroleum Construction Company and a joint consortium consisting of (Technicas Reunidas) and (Target Engineering).

The contract includes the construction and construction of gas processing facilities, wellheads, pipelines and offshore supply lines.

70% of the total value of the two contracts will be redirected to the local economy through ADNOC's ICV program, reinforcing ADNOC's commitment to redirecting value locally through contracts that You knock it down.

The engineering, procurement and construction contracts for the Dalma field were awarded in two packages, package (A), which was awarded to the National Petroleum Construction Company, with a value of 1.89 billion dirhams, It covers the engineering, procurement and construction of four offshore wellhead towers, pipelines and offshore supply lines in the Hare Dalma, Satah and Bu Haseer fields.

Package B, awarded to a joint consortium of Tecnicas Reunidas and Target Engineering, amounts to 3.49 billion dirhams and covers engineering, procurement and construction. For gas processing facilities for gas dehydration, compression and related services on Arzanah Island, located 80 km from Abu Dhabi.

According to the statement, both contracts are expected to be completed during 2025, as they will enable the Dalma offshore field, located 190 km northwest of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, to Production of about 340 million standard cubic feet per day of natural gas.