Stay Connected

Al-Khafji contracts new crude oil transmission line offshore Saudi Arabia

Offshore staff

NEW DELHI, India – Al-Khafji Joint Operations has awarded Punj Lloyd Group an engineering, procurement, and construction contract for a project offshore Saudi Arabia.

The $57.75-million project is scheduled for commissioning in late 3Q 2014.

The scope of work entails detail design, engineering, procurement, testing, transportation, and construction/installation of a new 20-in. OD crude transmission line, 40-km (25-mi) submarine rigid pipeline, mechanical completion, pre-commissioning, commissioning/start up, and performance testing.

The scope also includes modifications at Ratawi Gathering Station, scraper launcher, tie-ins with existing facilities including utilities, valves and piping, riser and riser clamps, deck extension for installation of new facilities and onshore section at Al-Khafji from landfall to scraper receiver, scraper receiver, tie-ins with existing facilities including utilities, valves and piping.

Al-Khafji Joint Operations is a joint operation of Aramco Gulf Operations Co. Ltd. and Kuwaiti Gulf Oil Co. for oil and gas exploration development and production in the offshore area of the partitioned neutral zone between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

3/27/2013

Related Articles

EIA approved for South Stream

Nov 18, 2013

Gazprom has updated preparations for construction of the new South Stream gas pipeline in the southern Black Sea.

Flow meters to combat hydrates in Caspian gas campaign

Nov 15, 2013

Litre Meter has sent 65 VFF positive displacement flow meters with spares to Azerbaijan for use in chemical injection applications in the Caspian Sea.

Trending News

Development of a subsea recommended safety practice

Oct 17, 2014

API RP 14C has long been the standard for "Analysis, Design, Installation, and Testing of Basic Surface Safety Systems for Offshore Production Platforms."

People

Oct 17, 2014

Reservoir conditions, flow regimes challenge measurement accuracy-full

Oct 17, 2014

Multi-phase meters play an increasingly important role – from royalty and fiscal allocation to production control, prevention of water encroachment, and the generation of real-time well data to help diagnose and optimize well performance. Yet, as multi-phase meters continue to increase their market penetration, more challenges arise.

Subsea power grid accelerating transfer of topsides functions to seafloor

Oct 17, 2014

Siemens is close to completing an initial test program on the four main components of a proposed subsea power distribution hub. The Subsea Power Grid will be connected on the seafloor to an array of new equipment emerging for subsea production, processing, and boosting. This should facilitate expansion of field development into deeper water, longer step-outs, and more demanding production environments.

Industry shows renewed interest in float-over installation-full

Oct 17, 2014

Float-over installation has become an attractive alternative to heavy-lift crane installation for offshore construction, as increasing size and weight of offshore platform topsides continually exceed the lifting capacity of cranes. Dockwise Ltd. analyzed topsides installation trends from 2005 to 2012, and found that the demand for cost-effective and more flexible alternatives to crane installations has been the driving force behind float-over installation using semisubmersible heavy transport vessels.

  Offshore
Digital Magazine
Look Inside
Cover
Current Issue

Oil & Gas Jobs

View more Job Listings >>