Paris, France | – TechnipFMC, a global leader in oil and gas projects, technologies, systems and services has been selected as project manager for construction work on the onshore receiving facilities associated with Ghana’s Offshore Cape Three points project.
In a statement on its website on Tuesday, the engineering major said it would be carrying out supply, construction and commissioning works for Eni Ghana E&P, a joint venture vehicle comprising Eni, Vitol Upstream Ghana and Ghana National Petroleum Corporation.
The facilities, which will be located in Sanzule and are targeted for completion by mid-2018, constitute an important element of the country’s so-called gas-to-power programme. The onshore receiving facilities will also be used to supply industrial consumers via the Western Corridor Pipeline.
“We are proud to have been awarded this new contract, which rewards TechnipFMC’s long term commitment in Africa and plays a strategic role in the Gas to Power program in Ghana,” TechnipFMC’s director for onshore and offshore operations, Nello Uccelletti, said in comments on the award.