Leighton bags $141-m ONGC contract

Our Bureau Chennai | Updated on March 01, 2011

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation has awarded a $141-million contract to Leighton Contractors India to refurbish its water injection North (WIN) platform at Mumbai High Field.

According to a press release from Leighton, the work will be carried out on an EPC basis covering project management, surveys, design and engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation, removal of old systems, and installation of the new systems, as well as hook up, testing and commissioning.

Work on the 25-year-old platform is to start immediately, and is scheduled for completion by March 2012. The platform will have technologically up-to-date, functionally equivalent systems for treatment of sea water and injection of treated water at 3,20,000 barrels a day capacity.

The facilities being upgraded include sea-water lift pumps, injection pumps, fire-water pumps, fuel-gas conditioning systems, filtration systems, treatment systems and the distributed control system.

This is Leighton's third project for ONGC after the PRP2 project and the G1-GS15 project.

Published on March 01, 2011

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