MoO - Iraq Strategic Crude Oil Export Pipeline: Haditha - Aqaba Pipeline
Iraq Ministry of Oil (MoO) is planning to undertake the construction of the Strategic Crude Oil Export Pipeline from Iraq to Jordan. The pipeline will have a capacity of transporting 1 million BPD of oil. (BOOT Contract)
The current profile covers the line from Haditha to Aqaba in Jordan
The US$8000 million project includes the following:
1. Laying of a 900km export pipeline
2. Construction of compressor stations
3. Installation of metering stations
4. Installation engineering works
5. Installation of associated facilities
28 April 2021
The client is in talks with relevant and intergovernmental authorities to finalize technical and contractual procedures before signing any contract to implement the project. The same is getting delay due to ongoing current situation.
30 March 2021
The main contract is expected to be awarded in April.
04 June 2020
The technical bid submission has been extended to August 2, 2020. (Source: MEED)
29 April 2020
The technical bid submission has been extended to June 1, 2020, and JV of Sinopec, Al Douh & CNEC, JV of Kalion, LIMAK & Raban Al Safina, Saipem, Tekfen, ENKA and MASS Global companies have been pre-qualified shorlisted companies.
06 January 2020
ITB has been issued with the technical bid submission due in May 2020 and the main contract scheduled to be awarded by the end of 2020.
13 November 2019
SNC lavalin is working as the FEED consultant.
22 August 2019
China unlikely to finance the Iraq-Jordan pipeline. Large Chinese contractors are expected to participate in the tender process, but are likely to seek support for financing from non-Chinese entities. (Source: MEED)
08 August 2019
The Government of Iraq has approved the plan to build an export pipeline from Basra to Aqaba via Haditha. The contractors are required to provide finance to win the packages. The Basra to Haditha line would be contracted in EPCF and the line from Haditha to Aqaba in the BOT model. The details of the project and tender process are expected to be finalised by Q4 2019. (Source: MEED)