3W Networks wins ADGAS telecom and IT contract
3W says it won the third party contract from 'a leading European engineering and construction company' for ADGAS' gas facility in Das Island, Abu Dhabi
3W Networks has announced being awarded a contract to execute the Telecom & Security Systems for ADGAS’ Integrated Gas Development Expansion Project (IGD-E1) Package 1.
3W says it won the third party contract from ‘a leading European engineering and construction company’ for ADGAS’ – an ADNOC Group company - gas facility in Das Island, Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
The new Das Island IGD-E1 facility, located 100km in the north of Ruwais, is designed to receive, dehydrate and compress the additional quantities of offshore gases and produce dry gas with specifications matching the Offshore Associated Gases Project in Habshan area.
This incremental gas will supplement 585mn standard cubic feet of HP gas for export to onshore users and will be further processed for optimum production of lean gas in Ruwais and to LPG storage facilities.
3W Networks will design, supply, install and commission the Telecommunication and Security Systems to facilitate efficiency and security of the Das Island IGD Plant.
The sub-systems for integration are CCTV System, LAN System, Audio/Video Conferencing System, Plant Radio System and Telephone System.
"The awarding of the Integrated Gas Development Expansion project is a significant addition to 3W Networks reference in delivering telecom & security systems expertise to the ADNOC Group of Companies,” Walid Gamali, chief executive officer of 3W Networks, said.
“We continue to team up with prominent Engineering and Construction companies and further leverage our distinctive competency as a leading Systems Integrator in the region," he said.