An Adnoc official receives the award from Nasir Al-Naimi, Upstream President, Aramco

Lisa Phases 1 and 2 by ExxonMobil, and CCUS Evolution Journey by Adnoc were declared winners in the IPTC Excellence in Project Integration Award categories of above $500 million and $200–500 million projects, respectively.

Every year IPTC recognises outstanding projects that add value to the industry.

While in the past, only projects above $500 million were considered, IPTC 2024 had an extra award category for projects between $200-500 million.

In addition to the winners, the 2024 finalists in over $500-million category included:

• Coral South FLNG by Eni: This is the world’s first new-built ultra-deep water FLNG, Africa’s first full functional open sea FLNG and the first in Mozambique.

• Shah Deniz 2 by bp: The 3,500-km pipeline delivers natural gas from the Caspian directly to European markets.

Meanwhile, the finalists besides the winner in the $200–500 million projects included the ABH Tight Oil Field Development by Cairn Oil & Gas, Vedanta in Development Area 1 in the RJ-ON-90/1 Block, in the northeastern part of the Barmer Basin in Rajasthan, India; and the Optimum Shah Gas Expansion by Adnoc Sour Gas that processes 1.45 BSCFD of ultra sour gas and earning it the distinction of the largest plant of its kind globally.