J.M. Bernhard, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Shaw, said, "This is a very important project for Shaw and our Shaw Nass joint venture. We were chosen for this project because of our proven capabilities to furnish complete pipe systems on-budget and on-time. When completed, this project will rank as one of the largest single fabrication projects in our company's history. The project also provides a substantial base load of work from which we can consider expanding our capabilities in the Middle East for emerging opportunities there in the process industry."
The Dolphin Energy plant is being constructed in Ras Laffan, Qatar by Dolphin Energy Ltd., a consortium of the Abu Dhabi Government, TOTAL France, and Occidental Petroleum Corporations USA (NYSE:OXY). The plant will receive wet gas from Dolphin's facilities in Qatar's offshore North Field, and will remove hydrocarbon liquids (including condensate and NGL products) for processing, marketing and sale. The resulting dry gas will be compressed for transportation through Dolphin's export pipeline to the United Arab Emirates.
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