Kashagan, an offshore field located at the north of the
Caspian Sea, Kazakh territory, was discovered in July 2000.
Owned by a group of partners led by Agip, presently Kashagan
could prove to be the world's fifth largest oilfield. The field,
75 km SSE of Atyrau, lies in just 3,7 m of water.
GATE, a partnership between Tekfen and Gama, has
undertaken Kashagan Industrial Area Buildings scheme of
which the scope covers 'Detailed Engineering, Procurement
& Construction' works of nine buildings as part of the
(future) Oil and Gas Processing Terminal of AGIP KCO at
Eskene West, Atyrau.
Main Gate House: 127 m2
Laboratory: 1.851 m2
Electrical & Instrumentation Workshop: 1.555 m2
Warehouse: 1.901 m2
Fire Station: 1.485 m2
Central Control Building: 3.610 m2
Change Room: 370 m2
Temporary Refuge: 485 m2
Mechanical Workshop: 4.052 m2
Additional Temp. Refuge Building: 110 m2
Additional Warehouse: 2.000 m2