CPC said Starstroy is a consortium of two Russian companies and French engineering companies Bouygues Offshore and Spie Capag
. Russian members of the consortium are Kubanneftegastroi of Krasnodar and Stavropoltruboprovodstroi of Stavropol.
Pipeline construction for the project--995 miles onshore and 185 miles offshore--is under the direction of Starstroi and LUKoil-Neftegazstroi of Russia and the European contractors Saipem an AMEC Spie Capag
Middle row (left to right): Vimal Kaushik, Punj Lloyd; Luc Henriod consultant; John Phillips consultant; Attila Dogan, Attila Dogan Construction; Jean-Claude Van de Wiele, Amec Spie Capag
The bidders for both are: Entrepose of France, Spie Capag
of France, Technip Germany, Hyundai Engineering & Construction, CCC with Saipem and Snamprogetti of Italy, Techint of Argentina and Tekfen of Turkey.
Despite the many challenges, AMEC Spie Capag
was awarded an EPC contract by Yemen LNG to construct a $20 million, 202-mile, 38-inch diameter gas pipeline.
A contract for engineering, procurement and construction of the $300 million project was awarded to AJ Lucas Joint Ventures and Spie Capag
New production facilities at the fields and related infrastructure are being built by a partnership of Spie Capag
of France and the local company Hawk Development International, under a contract awarded in mid-1997.
Saipem and its partners LUKoil-Neftegazstroy and Amec Spie Capag
are building the onshore pipeline infrastructure.
Another contract, valued at $32 million, for pumping facilities went to a consortium made up of the French Spie Capag
engineering firm and Saipem, a subsidiary of Italy's ENI energy group.
The two-year contract, worth more than $200 million, (AMEC's share 55%) was awarded to AMEC SPIE Capag
by Yemen LNG company, a subsidiary of TOTAL.
The Strarstroi Consortium includes Kubanneftegasstroi (Krasnodar), Stavropoltruboprovodstroi (Stavropol), Bouygues Offshore and Spie Capag
, both of Pads, France.
Construction is by a consortium comprising the Russian companies Starstroi and LUKoil-Neftegazstroi, together with the European companies Saipem and AMEC Spie Capag