According to BP-Azerbaijan, a company that leads a consortium in charge of Shah Deniz 2 project, the project is now over 77 % complete in terms of engineering, procurement and construction, which is on schedule for the planned start of gas production in 2018.
The company said that project activities continue at all offshore and onshore sites and and fabrication yards in the country. In the first half of 2016, it started commissioning activities on the two Shah Deniz 2 topside units at the ATA yard and all of the 50 living quarter modules have already been installed on the quarter and utilities platform. All risers and both huge flotation tanks have been installed on the production and risers jacket, and the final construction and testing is underway later this year.
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Tags: Azerbaijan, construction, gas, gas field, gas pipeline, Region, Shah Deniz