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SCD JV Win $10bln NLNG Train7

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Laxman Pai

The Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Company (NLNG) signed a "letter of intent" with SCD JV as preferred bidder to construct the $10bn NLNG Train 7 project.

SCD JV is a joint venture consortium comprising Saipem, Chiyoda and Daewoo.

"SCD JV is the preferred bidder for the contract for the Engineering, Procurement & Construction of the Nigeria LNG Train 7 Project after a competitive FEED contract," said NLNG.

The intended award of the EPC contract is conditional upon the approval of Nigeria LNG Limited's board of directors and shareholders, the approval of any governmental or regulatory authorities, the achievement of any conditions precedent to a final investment decision by Nigeria LNG Limited and the execution of a legally binding EPC contract by the parties.

With the signature of the letter of intent, Nigeria LNG Limited and the members of SCD JV committed to finalize the EPC Contract based upon the proposals submitted by SCD JV, on an exclusive basis.

The scope of work of the proposals submitted by the SCD JV includes execution of the engineering, procurement & construction of one complete train and one liquification unit with a total capacity of approximately eight (8) MTPA, plus other associated utilities and infrastructure. Saipem's share in the SCD JV is approximately 60%.

Sep 13, 2019

 

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