3W Networks wins telecom EPC contract for ADCO Bida Al Qemzan Field Development Project
Dubai, UAE December 15, 2011 — 3W Networks FZE was awarded the telecom scope of work for Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) Bida Al Qemzan Field Development Project.
Per contract, 3W Networks will handle the project management, site survey and radio coverage study, detailed engineering, procurement, integration, factory acceptance test, installation, commissioning, site acceptance test and training of and for SDH, point-to-multipoint wireless broadband, trunked radio, PABX, CCTV, PA/GA, structured cabling and UPS systems.
The objective of the development is to achieve a production capacity of 20,000 barrels per day (b/d) by the end of the third quarter of 2012. The project is a split of the whole works for the Bida Al Qemzan, Ruwais, Qusahwira & Bab Fields Development Project, which ultimately aims to increase production capacity in the mentioned onshore oil fields to 1.8 million b/d from 1.4 million b/d.
“We are pleased to be awarded the telecom EPC contract for Bida Al Qemzan field. This is an expression of confidence in our system integration expertise and our ability to deliver turnkey solutions for mission critical communications such as required by ADCO. We are certain that our involvement will significantly contribute to achieving the objective of this project,” 3W Networks CEO Walid Gamali said.
3W Networks, established in 2001 and with offices in nine countries, is the largest telecommunications, safety and security systems integrator operating in the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific regions providing turnkey solutions for energy, transport and telecom industries. The company offers the most comprehensive system and product portfolios ranging from transmission and radio communications to voice and data networks including cabling and network management.