OFFSHORE LIFTING EQUIPMENT JSC SUPPLY SPUD LIFTER SYSTEM AND 4 POINT MOORING WINCH FOR SPECIAL BARGE APPLICATION FOR OFFSHORE’S INSTALLATION WIND FARM
OLES JSC SUPPLY SPUD LIFTER AND 4 POINT MOORING WINCH FOR SPECIAL BARGE SPPLICATION FOR…
OLES JSC SUPPLY HYDRAULIC WINCH SYSTEM 20 TONNE TO SAO VANG DAI NGUYET PROJECT
To be trusted by the EPC Constructor PVC-MS and Client Petroleum Idemitsu. The Offshore Lifting Equipment Services Joint Stock Company (OLES JSC) have build the supply and installment hydraulic winch 20 tonne method for Sao Vang Dai Nguyet Project, from 0h 29th July 2019 and finnished at 15h30 30th July 2019 with the full client’s satisfaction.
Sao Vang & Dai Nguyet Mine (SVDN) is located in plots 05-1b and 05-1c in Nam Con Son basin, Vung Tau offshore. The SVD fields are located near Dai Hung mine, about 300 km from the shore, near the beginning of waiting for Nam Con Son 2 pipeline (NCSP2) about 20 km.
The scope of work
First Phase consists of a central processing center of the Sao Vang (CPP Sao Vang) connected via an internal pipe system with drilling wells. From CPP Sao Vang, gas will be transported through underground pipeline section about 20 km to Nam Con Son 2 pipeline, to shore. Since nearby platforms such as Dai Hung 2 and Thien Ung CPP have not installed high-pressure compressors, gas from these mines will be taken to the high-pressure CPP students transported to NCSP2, to the shore.
Thus, there will be underground pipe sections connecting Dai Hung 2 Rig via Thien Ung Rig and Thien Ung about CPP Sao Vang. While condensate will be exported through FSO floating storage.
Topside Sao Vang CPP has a weight of 12,000 tons and a base of 12,500 tons.
The Topside and Jacket Platform after being completion, will be delivered to PTSC POS and McDermott contractor for offshore installation and commissioning operation in the second and the first quarter of 2020. After successful testing, Idemitsu will be handed over to exploit in September 2020.
This is one of the key projects with very good gas and condensate reserves for the exploitation life of about 20 years.