New Well Manifold Facilities EPC Project for Tatweer Petroleum

Project Background:

As part of Tatweer Petroleum’s field development plan for the Awali Oil Field in Bahrain, a new drilling programme with approximately 800 new wells was introduced. To process the increased production, new light oil facilities like 15 new well manifolds were installed. Each well manifold will be capable of processing an oil flow rate of 300 bbl/day, a produced water flow rate of 20,000bbl/day and an associated gas flow rate of 20 MMSCFD. MCSC was awarded with the EPC contract to design, procure, fabricate, install, test and commission the 15 new well manifold facilities.

Project Scope & Highlights:

Project scope included EPC of civil, mechanical, piping construction, equipment erection, painting, electrical, instrumentation, pre‐commissioning & commissioning assistance works. The scope also included fabrication and assembly of 75 Nos. of process piping skids.

  • Duration: 24 Months (Oct. 2011 to Sept. 2013).
  • Man-hours: 3,745,086 Hours, without LTI.
  • Concrete Works: 8,845 Cu.M.
  • Excavation Works: 70,154 Cu.M.
  • Rebar Works: 1110 Ton.
  • Asphalt & Paving Works: 21 750 Cu M.
  • Piping Welding: 240,022 Inch Dia.
  • Underground Piping Works: 5,250 m.
  • Total Area Painted: 51,516 m2.
  • No. of Joints Radiography / Phased Array Ultrasonic Tested: 24,300.
  • Structural Steel Fabricated & Erected: 890 Tons.
  • Equipment erected: 360 Nos.
  • Flare Stack of 25m height: 15 Nos.
  • Booster Pumps: 30 Nos.
  • Electrical Cable Layed: 135,000 m.
  • Instrument Cable Layed:172,545 m.
  • Total Loop Checks: 4,035 Nos.
  • Total Functional Tests: 105 Nos.
  • Room (LER): 15 Nos.

New Tank Battery Facilities EPC Project for Tatweer Petroleum

Project Background:

As part of the Bahrain Awali field development new drilling programme, Tatweer Petroleum awarded to MCSC the EPC contract for building two identical tank batteries. To process the increased light oil production, each tank battery unit has a set of common facilities serving separation trains with provision for a third separation train to be added in future. Each tank battery separation train is designed to handle an oil flow rate of 10,800 bbl/day, a produced water flow rate of 69,500 bbl/day and 1% of total liquid volume for residual gas.

Project Scope & Highlights:

Project scope included EPC of civil, mechanical, piping construction, equipment erection, painting, electrical, instrumentation, pre‐commissioning & commissioning assistance works of new tank battery facilities TB07 & TB08.

  • Duration: 24 Months (Oct 2011 ‐Sep 2013).
  • Man Hours: 1,742,500, (without LTI ).
  • Concrete Works: 5,000 Cu.M.
  • Excavation Works: 15,095 Cu.M.
  • Rebar Works: 393 Ton.
  • Asphalt & Paving Works: 25,179 Sq. M.
  • GRE Piping Welding: 49,688 Inch Dia.
  • Carbon Steel Piping Welding: 41,800 Inch Dia.
  • No. of packs Hydro tested: 460.
  • No. of Joints RT Tested: 1,420.
  • Structural Steel Fabricated & Erected: 538 Tons.
  • Pumps erected: 26 Nos.
  • Equipment/Vessels: 26 Nos.
  • Flare Stack of 25m height: 02 Nos.
  • Water Treatment Package: 04 Nos.
  • Total E&I Cable Layed: 251,706 m.
  • Total Loop Checks: 1,382 Nos.
  • Room (LERs): 02 Nos.