PSL3 MAJOR PIPELINE TESTING 15,000PSI
The importance of pipeline integrity is at the heart of the world’s oil and gas production.
Vaseco understand the need to deliver to our customers a pipeline that has already got the integrity, the traceability and completed with confidence by a company having a Global reputation as being the best.
PR2 TEST SUBSEA PIPE CLAMP – INDONESIAN DEEPWATER DEVELOPMENT
The Indonesia Deepwater Development, located in the Kutal Basin, is considered to be one of the deepest projects ever undertaken offshore Indonesia, in water depths ranging from 2,500 to 6,000 feet (610 to 1,829 meters). The project consists of five deepwater fields, Gendalo, Maha, Gandang, Gehem and Bangka connecting to two processing hubs: Gendalo Hub (Gendalo, Maha, Gandang) and the Gehem Hub (Gehem). Bangka will be tied back to the West Seno FPU.
Three of the fields — Gandang, Gendalo, and Maha — are located in the Ganal concession while the remaining two — Bangka and Gehem — lie in the Rapak concession. Chevron holds an 80% operating interest in the fields.
PSL3G + PR2 TEST PIPELINE CONNECTORS – SHAH DENIZ 2
BP is the only Western company involved in gas production activities in Azerbaijan.
BP’s future gas plans for the Caspian are currently focused on developing the next tranche of gas from Shah Deniz Stage 2. It is a huge project, which will deploy subsea production technology in the Caspian and will use advanced drilling solutions to produce wells at some of the world’s highest rates. Specifically, Shah Deniz Stage 2 is set to have 26 production wells at depths of over 6,000 metres. Nine of these wells have already been drilled.
These wells will produce 16bn m3 of gas per year, which will be delivered to markets across Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey and South Eastern Europe. Moreover, the Shah Deniz Stage 2 will be the cornerstone of the Southern Gas Corridor linking Caspian resources directly with the European gas market for the first time. In terms of timeline, we are targeting to deliver first gas to Turkey in 2018 and expect to get this new source of Caspian gas to Europe by 2020.
GAS + PR2 TEST BARE PIPE CONNECTOR BLOCK 18 ANGOLA
BP in Angola is one of the fastest growing businesses in BP’s E&P portfolio.
BP’s links with Angola date back to the 1970-’s. In the 1990-’s BP gained substantial offshore deep and ultra-deep water interests in the Lower Congo basin following a merger with Amoco. BP acquired further interests in five new deep and ultra-deep water blocks in the Kwanza and Benguela basins in 2011, giving the company a leading position in Angola with interests in nine blocks accounting for a total acreage of 32,650Km2, and making the Angola Region one of the most important assets in BP’s exploration and production portfolio. BP has to date invested more than $27 billion in its Angola assets and intends to continue its investment in exploration and development in the future.
BP is the operator of blocks 18 and 31 in the deep and ultra-deep waters of the Congo basin, and blocks 19 and 24 in the deep waters of the Kwanza and Benguela basins. BP is a non-operating partner in blocks 15 and 17 in the deep waters of the Congo basin, in blocks 20, 25 and 26 in the deep waters of the Benguela and Kwanza basins, as well as the Angola LNG project in Soyo.
GAS SUBMERGED CHECK VALVES
Saudi Aramco is one of the largest oil and gas companies in the world. To put that into perspective, they supply 25% of the world’s daily oil supplies. They manage proven crude oil reserves of 260 billion barrels and the world’s fourth largest gas reserves, with 253 trillion cubic feet.
Saudi Aramco is the world’s largest exporter of petroleum, with a daily output that stands at nearly twice our nearest competitor. They lead the way in terms of natural gas liquids exports; among the leading producers of natural gas; and are actively exploring the potential in renewable energy deployment
ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR PRESSURE SEALS
Located off the coast of Australia, Ichthys is a major project primarily producing liquefied natural gas (LNG). Condensate gas is extracted from the offshore field and processed on a semi-submersible platform, which separates gas from liquid prior to transporting the gas via a subsea gas pipeline to the LNG plant near Darwin.
Ichthys is a world-class liquefied natural gas (LNG) project. Operated by INPEX in partnership with Total, the project will develop large gas and condensate reserves found deep beneath the seabed in waters over 200km from the northwest coast. Learn more about this project and how it enhances our LNG production close to key Asian markets.
PR2 TESTING FLANGES
AUM represents the first major downstream petrochemical project in Trinidad and Tobago and the entire Caribbean region. The AUM Complex is the newest and single largest project being undertaken by IPSL. The AUM complex is located on Caribbean Drive and covers an area of 14.62 hectares.
PR2 TESTING 10INCH 2500 BALL VALVES
The Hebron oil field is located offshore Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada in the Jeanne d’Arc Basin 350 kilometres southeast of St. John’s.
The field was first discovered in 1980, and is estimated to produce more than 700 million barrels of recoverable resources.
The water depth at the Hebron field is 93 metres (Mean Sea Level
PR2 SUBSEA PIPELINE CONNECTORS
The Gunflint project is located in deepwater US Gulf of Mexico waters measuring 6,100 feet (1,860 meters). About 70 miles (113 kilometers) southeast of the Louisiana coast and 160 miles (257 kilometers) southeast of New Orleans, the oil field, sometimes referred to as Gunflint, is located on Mississippi Canyon.
PR2 SUBSEA PIPELINE CONNECTOR
Noble Energy has commenced production from the Big Bend oil development in Mississippi Canyon in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. Noble and partners expect the single-well field to reach a maximum gross production rate of approximately 20,000 boe/d Approximately 90% of the volumes being produced from Big Bend are oil.
BALL VALVE BODY & SEAT TESTS - Hebron Project
Hebron is a heavy oilfield lying 350km SE of the Newfoundland and Labrador capital St John’s. Oil will be produced through a huge concrete gravity-based structure (GBS) which will sit in treacherous ‘Iceberg Alley’ and the structure is designed to withstand sea ice, icebergs and meteorological and oceanographic conditions.
ENVIRONMENTAL (PR2) TESTING OF SEALS - Shah-Deniz Project
The Shah Deniz field off the coast of Azerbaijan in the Caspian Sea is one of the largest gas-condensate fields with over 1 trillion cubic metres of gas. Stage 1 began in 2006, producing 9 billion cubic metres of gas/year and Stage 2 is expected to begin operations in 2018, adding a further 16 billion cubic metres of gas/year to total annual production.
PR2 TESTING OF PIPELINE SEALS - Mafumeira Sul Project
The second stage of the $5.6 billion Mafumeira Field development, known as Mafumeira Sul, includes a central processing facility, 2 wellhead platforms, 75 miles of subsea pipelines and 34 producing wells. Capacity is 150,000 barrels of liquids and 350 million cubic feet of natural gas per day. First production is planned for 2015.
HIRE EQUIPMENT FOR AAD PROJECT - BP Andrew Area Development Project
Hire of hand held helium leak detector and Vaseco procal packages for use on the Andrew Area Development (AAD) field. The project is located 230 km NE of Aberdeen, covers an area of 27 sq km and has estimated recoverable reserves of 150 million barrels of oil. Image courtesy of BP p.l.c.
PR2 TESTING OF PIPELINE SEALS - Polarled Pipeline Project
Environmental (PR2) testing of seals from the main pipeline on the PolarLED pipeline project in Norway. The 36″ diameter pipeline will have a capacity of 70 million cubic metres per day and at almost 1,300 metres below sea level, is expected to set a word record in deepwater pipeline installation.
DESIGNED BESPOKE LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM - Tidal Energy DeltaStream Project
Designed a bespoke leak detection system based on customers brief for use with the DeltaStream tidal power project in Pembrokeshire. Tidal Energy Ltd’s tidal generator is at the cutting edge of green technology and designed to generate electricity for 1,000 homes.
BALL VALVE TESTING - Qatar Gas Project
Environmental testing of ball valves for Qatargas who pioneered the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Industry in Qatar. Today, Qatargas is the largest LNG producing company in the world, with an annual LNG production capacity of 42 million tonnes per annum (MTA).
TESTING OF CONTROL VALVES & ACTUATORS - Shell Sakhalin Island Project
Environmental testing of control valves and actuators for use on Sakhalin Island. Sakhalin-2 operates amid some of the world’s harshest conditions and facilities are designed to withstand the impact of a major earthquake.
TESTING MEG DOSEAGE VALVES AND PIPELINE SEALS - Chevron Gorgon Project
Environmental testing of valves and seals for use in the Gorgon and Jansz-lo fields, located within the Greater Gorgon area off the NW coast of Western Australia. It is one of the world’s largest natural gas projects.
TESTING OF CHOKE & CONTROL VALVES - Conoco Philips Jasmine Field-project
Environmental testing of choke valves and control valves for use on the Jasmine and Jade Fields located in the central North Sea. The Jasmine field is expected to produce about 40,000 boepd (barrels of oil equivalent per day) in 2014.
PIPELINE SEALS AND BOP TESTING - Pipeline & BOP
Environmental testing of seals and BOPs for use on the Mad Dog Field in the Gulf of Mexico. The current Mad Dog spar facility is designed to process 80,000 barrels of oil and 60 million cubic feet of gas per day.
CHOKE AND CONTROL VALVE TESTING - Shell Gulf of Mexico
Environmental testing of choke and control valves for use on the Mars B Field in the Gulf of Mexico. First oil production began in February 2014 from the Mars B development through Olympus, Shell’s seventh, and largest, floating deep-water platform.