Pergas Projects 2011 - 2013: South Pars phases 14, 19, 20 & 21

Phase 14

 

Production Capacity from the Reservoir: 2BSCFPD.

 

Offshore facilities:

 

  • Number of wells: 44

  • Number of offshore Platforms: 4 platforms each producing 500 MSCFPD

 

Offshore Pipelines:

 

  • Main Pipelines: Two 32” pipelines transferring gas from the main platforms to onshore processing units, 260km long in all, together with two 4.5” lines used for MEG injection.

  • Infield Pipelines: Two 18” lines to transfer gas from satellite platforms to the outlets of the main platforms, totaling 18km along with two 4.5” pipelines for MEG injection.

 

Onshore Processing Unit:

 

Gas and input liquids are processed in this processing unit, producing the following products:

  • 50 MSCMPD of refined gas.

  • 1.1 MT/year of liquefied gas for export.

  • 77 thousand barrels/day of gas condensates for export.

  • 1 MT/year of Ethane gas to feed the petrochemical plants.

 

 By-Products:

  •  Sulphur: (by product of gas sweetening process) 400 MT/day for export

 

CONTRACTOR (Joint Venture):

Iran Industrial Development and Renovation Organization (IDRO)

Iranian National Drilling company

Iranian Offshore Engineering and Construction Co.

 

Pergas supplied eighty-five sets of  Column & Drum and  Heat Exchangers manufactured in his South Korean partner “ Sunjin Geotec Company” Factory . These eighty-five sets were sold to “www.ipmi-gc.com” whio were a subcontractor in this project. The total weight of the eighty-five sets was 1321  MT and it took 12 months to build and transfer to the project location.

 

Phase 19

 

In this phase the production Capacity from the Reservoir is 2 BSCFPD.

 

Offshore facilities:

 

  • Number of wells: 21 wells (drilling of 15 new wells + 6 wells in SPD2 platform, phase 1).

  • Number of offshore Platforms: 4 platforms (2 main platforms + 2 satellite platforms).

  • The existing SPD2 platform in phase one will be one of the two satellite platforms.

  • Main Pipelines: Two 32” pipes to transfer gas from the main platforms to the onshore processing unit, totaling 260km together with two 4.5” pipelines for MEG injection.

  • Infield pipelines: Two 18” cladded pipelines to transfer gas from the satellite platforms to the main platforms inlet, totaling 12km.

 

Onshore Processing Unit:

 

Gas and input liquids are processed in this unit, producing the following products: 

  • 50 MSCMPD of refined gas.

  • 1.1 MT/year of liquefied gas for export.

  • 77 thousand barrels/day of gas condensates for export.

  • 1 MT/year of Ethane gas to feed the petrochemical plants.

 

By products:

  • Sulphur (by product of gas sweetening process): 400 MT/day for export.

 

 Contractor (Joint Venture):

     PetroPars Company

     Iranian Offshore Engineering and Construction Co.

 

Perga supplied twenty-four heat exchanger sets,  manufactured in our South Korean partnerm, the Sunjin Geotec Company's factory. These sets were sold to Petropars  (http://www.petropars.com) who was a subcontractor in this project .

 

Phase 20 & 21

 

The project for development of this phase will be implemented by Iranian contractors and manufacturers in the form of EPC (Engineering, Procurement, & Construction). The project took place at Site 1, Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ). Site 1 in Asalouyeh, the Persian Gulf.

 

 The main objectives of this project were as follows:

 

  • Daily Production of 50 MMscm/d treated gas for domestic consumption.

  • Annual Recovery of 1,000,000 tons of ethane, as feedstock for petrochemical industries.

  • Annual Recovery of 1.05 million tons of premium grade LPG for export.

  • Daily production of 75,000 barrels of stabilized and de-sulfurized condensates for export.

  • Daily Recovery of 400 tons sulfur for export.

 

The scope of work of this development project was as follows:

 

Construction and installation of 2 wellhead platforms equipped with free water knock-out drum (FWKD), test separator, utilities, access bridges and flare platform.

 

  • Drilling of 22 production wells.

  • Installation of two 32 inch sea lines and two 4.5 inch piggy-back lines approximately,212 Km. to transfer glycol.

  • Construction of a stand-alone gas treating refinery in Site 1 of Pars Special Economic Energy Zone asalouyeh, Bushehr Province.

  • Supplying Electricity from the projects’ common power plant.

  • Implementation of required infrastructure.     

 

The execution of the project was handed over to Oil Industry Engineering and Construction Co. on May 30, 2009, and the projected started on 15 June 2010. The project was completed in 40 months and provided an early yield production at the end of month 35.

 

Pergas supplied one hundred and ninety Drums and eight Coalecer sets. These sets were sold to OIEC (www.oiecgroup.com),  who were a subcontractor in this project .The total weight of the sets was 4167  MT and took 10 months to build and transfer to the project location.

 

 

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