Bids for rehydration facilities in Awali will need to be with Tatweer by the 3rd of September
Tatweer Petroleum has issued an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) tender for its gas dehydration facilities in the Awali region in Bahrain, according to the Kingdom’s Tender Board. The tenders relate specifically to non-associated gas well hook-ups, associated pipelines and tie-ins.
An international oil and gas solutions company based in Bahrain, Tatweer is a wholly-owned unit of Bapco Energies, which acts as the steward for the government’s investment in a diversified range of energy-related companies.
It is now responsible for all upstream operations in the Kingdom, including oil and gas exploration, development, and production activities, in addition to gas distribution and sales.
Tatweer Petroleum is currently undertaking a phased field development project (i.e. long-term field development) to install non-associated gas (NAG) compressor facilities (NCF’s) stations and remote gas dehydration units (GDU) to maintain gas deliverability from the Awali field.
Meanwhile, current bids will be open to only those contractors who comply with the set criteria, for example, EPC certification confirmed through ISO 9001/2015 accreditation, and in-house handling of engineering and procurement activities with no subcontractors involved.
The last date for submitting the bids has been set at 3rd September 2023. The entire project is set to be completed within a five-year period.