Refurbishing ONGC Water Injection North Platform

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 3/1/2011, Location: Asia

India's Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has appointed Leighton Contractors India to carry out refurbishment work of its Water Injection North (WIN) Platform at Mumbai High Field.

The contract worth USD141 million will overhaul a significant part of the process and utility packages of the 25 year old WIN platform.

The work will be carried out on an EPC basis covering project management, surveys, design and engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation, removal of old systems and installation of the new systems, as well as hook up, testing and commissioning.

The scope of work involves removal of equipment, piping, valves, instrumentation, controls and electrical facilities and replacement with new, technologically up to date functionally equivalent systems all for treatment of sea water and injection of treated water at 320,000 bpd capacity.

The facilities being upgraded include sea water lift pumps, injection pumps, fire water pumps, fuel gas conditioning systems, filtration systems, treatment systems, and the Distributed Control System.

Leighton India Managing Director, Russell Waugh said the latest ONGC award was achieved based on Leighton's demonstrated capability and technical expertise and the company's ability to translate efficiency and productivity into real cost benefit.

"This award by ONGC demonstrates Leighton's strong position as an industry leader in the offshore oil and gas construction sector in India. The WIN project reflects Leighton's expanding capabilities in the market, and Leighton's proven project delivery record including the very successful delivery of the PRP 2 project over the last 3 years," he said.

This is Leighton's third project for ONGC after the PRP2 project and the G1-GS15 project. The three projects together showcase Leighton's capabilities across the full gambit of subsea and topsides works including pipeline and platform installation capabilities.

Work will commence immediately and is scheduled for completion in March 2012.


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