Bouygues wins Algerian contract

Bouygues wins Algerian contract
Bouygues Offshore with Italy’s Saipem has won a turn-key contract for an oilfield development project in Algeria. The contract, worth USD 257 million (USD 128.5 million for Bouygues Offshore), was awarded after a public opening process by the Sonatrach / BHP Billiton partnership on behalf of Sonatrach / BHP Billiton / Agip. It covers the Rhourde Ouled Dejmma field and five satellite fields, all located in Berkine Basin, East of Hassi Messaoud.
This contract covers the engineering, procurement and construction of the facilities designed to gather the oil produced from the six fields, process 80,000 barrels per day of oil, compress gas output for reinjection into the reservoirs, inject water to maintain reservoir pressure, store production before shipment. The work will be completed within two years.

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