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3W Networks selected as Telecom and Security Systems Integrator for ADMA-OPCO Umm Lulu and Al Nasr Fields

Abu Dhabi, UAE, July 29, 2012— 3W MMG 3W Networks has been selected as the preferred Telecom and Security Systems Integrator for the first phase of the Umm Lulu and Al Nasr Field development project. The main EPC contractor is L&T Hydrocarbon Upstream Business Group. 

As part of its program to increase its oil production capacity to 3.5 million barrels a day (b/d) by 2013, Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO) is developing two offshore oil fields, Umm Lulu and Al Nasr. These fields will be developed in two phases. The early production project Phase-1 of the Nasr & Umm Lulu Field Development Projects includes four wellhead towers and a manifold tower platform, connecting bridges and associated sub-sea pipelines. 3W will be providing the complete telecoms and security system package for this project.

As per contract, 3W will handle the Project Management, Detailed Design and Engineering, Procurement, Integration, FAT, Installation, Commissioning and SAT of the Telephone System, CCTV, Access Control, Public Address, Ethernet LAN and UHF Radio.

"This is our first offshore development project with ADMA-OPCO and underscores our strength as the leading Telecoms and Security Systems Integrator for the oil and gas sector in the Middle East” said Walid Gamali, CEO, 3W Networks. “3W is focused on establishing a long history with ADMA-OPCO, and we are very pleased to have been selected for this project ".

The project will be implemented by the 3W Networks local team based in the Emirates and shall be supported by the Regional Engineering Centre based in Dubai. 

About About ADMA - OPCO

Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO), a subsidiary of ADNOC group, is a major producer of oil and gas from the offshore areas of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The Company prides itself in being a pioneering petroleum organisation in this part of the world, having completed over 45 years of oil and gas production.