Essar Projects commissions 4 offshore platforms for ONGC

Essar Projects India (EPIL),  an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor, has announced the successful commissioning of four offshore well platforms for its client ONGC, a contract which was valued at around Rs 550 crore ($90 million).

 An EPIL-led consortium — with Saipem as the engineering partner — was awarded the contract for engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) of four new well platforms by ONGC. Of these, three platforms are in the C-26 Cluster (C-23, C-26 and B-12-1) in the Tapti field, situated 160-200 kilometre to the North-West of Mumbai in water depths of 20-30 metre.

The fourth platform — B-173 AB — is adjacent to an existing B-173 A platform in the Neelam field, situated 50 kilometre west of Mumbai in water depths of around 55 metre.  The project also involved installing a bridge connecting the new B-173 AB platform with the operational B-173, EPIL said.

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