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ADNOC Awards $975 million Contract to Develop Offshore Field, including Dredging in UAE

Posted on May 30, 2024

UAE’s ADNOC Offshore has awarded a 3.588 billion dirhams ($975 million) artificial island construction contract to ADNOC Logistics & Services (ADNOC L&S).

The project involves dredging, land reclamation, and marine construction for artificial island G at the Lower Zakum field offshore.

ADNOC L&S is primed to execute major offshore engineering, procurement, and construction contracts. “The EPC market is expected to experience substantial growth in the region in the coming years,” the company said.

The company offers a range of services to its customers while facilitating the growth of ADNOC Group’s upstream and downstream operations.

This is the maritime logistics company’s first major contract after being listed on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange last week.

“This contract award for the construction of the artificial island exemplifies our strategy to tap into new growth areas, showcasing the expanding range of services we offer to our customers and the trust that ADNOC Offshore has placed in us as their partner of choice,” Abdulkareem Al-Masabi, CEO of ADNOC L&S said.

The contract is part of Lower Zakum’s long-term development plan that seeks to unlock greater value while helping to meet the increasing global energy demand safely and sustainably.

ADNOC Offshore has extensive experience in deploying the artificial island concept for project delivery, resulting in significant cost savings and environmental benefits compared to conventional approaches that require more offshore installations and infrastructure.

The company has a fleet of 245 vessels and manages around 540 ships annually, in addition to its 1.5 million-square-meter integrated logistics base in Abu Dhabi.

ADNOC L&S expects growth of average annual earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. This growth will be driven by new contract awards, further expansion of the Integrated Logistics Services Platform, and optimized re-use of jack-up barges.


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