WARRINGTON, UK -- Dolphin Energy has contracted engineering consultancy ESR Technology for safety and risk management services for the Dolphin Gas Project in the Middle East.
The project delivers 2 bcf/d of gas from Qatar’s offshore North Field via subsea/overland pipelines to the UAE and Oman. Gas is extracted via two wellhead platforms, then transported to treatment and compression plants in Ras Laffan, Qatar before heading southeast through a long-distance pipeline off the coast of the Arabian Peninsula.
Under a call-off agreement, ESR will provide a wide range of services, including HAZIDs and HAZOPS; assessment of quantitative risk, fire and explosion risk and safety integrity; safety reviews and safety-critical system evaluations; escape, evacuation and rescue evaluations; and failure mode and effects analysis.
The program is being led by ESR’s team in Abu Dhabi, supported by staff in the UK.
Dolphin Energy is owned 51% by Mubadala Development Company on behalf of the Government of Abu Dhabi, and 24.5% each by Total and Occidental Petroleum. Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Company, the Dubai Supply Authority, and Oman Oil Company have each signed 25-year gas supply agreements with the Dolphin partners.
ESR to address Dolphin facilities safety issues
Dolphin Energy has contracted engineering consultancy ESR Technology for safety and risk management services for the Dolphin Gas Project in the Middle East.