Global Process Systems (GPS), a global provider of technology-based "design and build" process facilities solutions for the upstream oil & gas industry, has won a contract to supply gas-sweetening and gas-dehydration systems for the Lekhwair development in Oman.
The contract was awarded by Larsen & Toubro (L&T) of India, which is undertaking the Lekhwair project on behalf of client Petroleum Development Oman (PDO). GPS Dubai will provide onshore and offshore process modules for the project, which will be operated by PDO.
Work has already begun at the GPS office in Dubai and will be carried out on a fast-track schedule, GPS said in a statement. It was one of several contracts awarded across the GPS Group recently worth a combined total of some $200 million, the company added.
The Lekhwair project aims to increase the supply of gas amid growing demand in Oman. The project is located about 110 kilometres from the Government Gas Plant in Yibal and its associated network. Lekhwair will comprise a single train for exporting treated gas to the Yibal Gas Plant. The facility includes a main gas treatment plant, consisting of gas desulfurisation and gas dehydration units, as well as flowlines, well-pad piping, a remote manifold station and liquid and gas export pipelines.
The gas-dehydration and gas-sweetening systems will be manufactured at GPS’ major fabrication facilities in Abu Dhabi.
GPS, a member of the Al Jaber Group, provides clients with an integrated package of services engineered towards a traditional "lump-sum" Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract offering clients more flexibility & choice to develop their facilities or fields. GPS boasts a complete turnkey capability in all areas of process equipment and plant supply from integrated design (FEED) through to engineering, fabrication, commissioning and testing.