TSKJTechnip, Snamprogetti, KBR (Kellogg Brown & Root, Inc.) and JGC (business partnership)
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In 2007 when Train 6 was expected to commence operation, the NLNG awarded the contract for project specifications and FEED for a two 8.5 million metric tons per annum NLNGSevenPlus Project, to TSKJ consortium.
When, in February 2009, Halliburton's former subsidiary KBR pleaded guilty to five counts of violating the FCPA, it admitted to being part of the TSKJ consortium that had paid at least $182 million in consulting fees.
A similar pattern ensued with Snamprogetti and JGC Corporation, two additional members of the TSKJ consortium.
Similarly, in January 2011, JGC Corporation agreed to pay $28.5 million to Nigerian authorities to resolve its portion of the bribes paid by the TSKJ consortium.
As part of the deal with Eni, the Italian oil major will indemnify Saipem for potential losses resulting from the investigations into TSKJ.
The DOJ conducted an investigation into the four companies comprising TSKJ and other relevant parties on suspicion of violation of the FCPA.
Technip (Paris: TEC) today said that it will record an exceptional charge of EUR245m in the fourth quarter 2009 reflecting the estimated costs of resolution based on the current status of the ongoing discussions on the TSKJ Nigeria matter.
Technip has been cooperating with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the US Department of Justice (DOJ) in the ongoing investigations involving the joint venture company TSKJ, of which Technip has a 25% share, in relation to events which occurred between 1994 and 2004.
(9) The French are examining allegations of illicit payments to Nigerian government officials by the TSKJ joint venture in which Halliburton Company's subsidiary, Kellogg Brown & Root ("KBR"), (10) is a partner.
TSKJ, through its agent, Tri Star, is alleged to have made payments to Nigerian government officials of up to $180 million in exchange for lucrative contracts.
A group led by Bechtel then emerged as a likely winner for the main engineering contract in competition with the TSKJ group consisting of Technip (close to Elf), Snamprogetti (ENI) and Kellogg/JGC.
15, 1995 NLNG awarded the EPC contract to the TSKJ group and its value was reported at $2.2 bn, with the work to cover Trains A and B, underground gas gathering pipelines, related infrastructure and a housing complex for NLNG's staff.