According to the Energy Capital Power website, Italian engineering and construction services firm, Rosetti Marino, has been awarded a $300-million contract by oilfield services company Saipem to provide consulting services in the field of oil and gas in Libya.
The Italian company obtained the contract through Saipem to carry out engineering, procurement, and construction services for a project off the Libyan coast. Rosetti Marino will be responsible for constructing a Gas Recovery Module (GRM) weighing approximately 5,000 tonnes, modifying the existing central processing platform to accommodate the new GRM, and refurbishing the staff accommodation module. The GRM gas recovery unit is expected to be completed in early 2026.
The company will also modify the current central processing platform to accommodate the new gas recovery unit and renovate the employee housing unit.