SECTOR : OIL & GAS
PROJECT : ADNOC SARB ISLAND – ABU DHABI
SERVICE : COMMISSIONING MANAGEMENT
Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco) has completed construction of two artificial islands for the Sateh Al Razboot (SARB) oilfield, the first to be developed without foreign shareholders. The two falcon-shaped artificial islands, part of the first phase of the project, and serve as bases for drilling and eliminate the need for offshore rigs – a technique being tested at the Upper Zakum field by ExxonMobil.
Oil will be transferred via a subsea pipeline to Zirku Island, currently under construction for processing, storage and export. The project’s housing units in north Sarb have also been completed.
Core Emirates were appointed by BICC (formally Habtoor Leighton Group) with approval from ADMA / ADNOC to conduct both Commissioning Management of all MEP works for the six accommodation blocks and associated packages e.g reverse osmoses, generator plant sewage treatment and chiller plant.
Responsible for the coordination and completion of all commissioning activates associated with MEP on six modules designated to two islands. Works consist of on-shore and off-shore works. Core Emirates supplied highly qualified managers, and multi-disciplined site engineers.