3W Networks awarded the Telecommunication System of ADCO BAB Far North CO2 Injection Pilot Project
The region’s premier System Integrator, 3W Networks, is awarded the implementation of Telecommunication, Safety and Security Systems of Abu Dhabi Crude Oil Company (ADCO) Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Injection Project for BAB Far North oilfield, in addition to the CO2 injection project for Rumaitha North Oilfield won in Q1 of the current year.
The CO2 oil recovery development project will test the injection of carbon dioxide (CO2) into pilot wells in a carbonate reservoir in the MENA region of Abu Dhabi while protecting the environment. Carbon Dioxide Gas will be supplied through a pipeline which terminates in Rumaitha area and will feed CO2 to both Rumaitha and BAB Far North oilfield. An approximate length of 72 kilometers pipeline from Rumaitha will be installed to BAB Far North flanks.
3W Networks in partnership with leading equipment manufacturers will integrate and deliver a steadfast and secure telecommunication, safety and security solutions including General Alarm System (PAGA), Closed Circuit Television System (CCTV), and Telephone System to reliably monitor the gas stream in BAB Far North area.
The scope of work called for the engineering, design, project management, system integration, testing and commissioning. The solutions will be engineered by 3W technical specialists at its regional engineering centre located in the United Arab Emirates prior to installation at site.
“We are pleased to work again with ADCO in another strategic and innovative project in the oil & gas sector. The CO2 Injection Pilot projects is yet another ground-breaking development in response to the context of natural gas supply and shortage in the industry”, said Walid Gamali, CEO 3W Networks.