Some of the esteemed Projects
Aegean Refinery Project (Izmir, Turkey)
The refinery to be built in the Petkim Aliaga COmplex Area and will have the the capacity of 10M of crude oil per year. Technip has been awarded a lump sum contract to supply its proprietary technology, detailed engineering and procurement services for a reformer for the hydrogen plant.
The reformer, which is the heart of a hydrogen plant, will produce 160 000 Nm3/h of hydrogen product and high-quality export steam to be used by the refinery.
Foster Wheeler (front-end engineering design and project management contract), Fluor (project management consultant); Tecnicas Reunidas, Saipem, GS Engineering & Construction & Itochu (engineering and procurement of all equipment and materials, construction and commissioning of the facilities); Axens (naphtha hydrotreater, Prime-K unit and Prime-D unit licences); and Technip (detailed engineering and procurement services for a reformer for the hydrogen plant).
OMSK Project (OMSK, Russia)
Omsk refinery is located in Omsk, Russia. Operated by Gazprom Neft, a subsidiary of Gazprom, it is one of the biggest refineries in the country. The refinery commenced operations in September 1955 with a processing capacity of three million tons per annum (mtpa) of crude oil. The current processing capacity of the refinery is 19.5mtpa.
Gazprom Neft also is proceeding with construction of a deep oil refining complex at the Omsk refinery as part of the second phase of its modernization program, the company said.
The proposed 2 million-tpy complex will equip the refinery to increase production of light-end products such as Euro 5-quality diesel and jet fuels from heavy residues by more than 6%, as well as provide up to 250,000 tpy of raw material for production of high-performance lubricants, including Group II and III oils.
Once completed, the planned complex will use a combination of hydrocracking and sulfur-removal technologies to remove 99.8% of sulfur compounds from unfinished feedstock to produce finished products meeting the most stringent environmental specifications, the operator said.
KAOMBO Project (Angola)
Kaombo is the name of a round chili pepper used often in Angola and it’s mildly hot. It is also the name of the project that will bring more and better energy to Angola. It’s a new frontier in Angolan oil and gas industry which is Launched in April 2014. Also Kaombo is the first project on the ultra-deepwater offshore Block 32, located off the Angolan coast. It’s estimated 660-million-barrel reserves span a distinct system of reservoirs at water depths reaching 1,950 meters.
Turkmenhimiya Ammonia and Urea Plant (Mary, Turkmenistan)
Ammonia and urea fertilizer plant in the city of Mary in eastern Turkmenistan. Ordered in December 2009 by Turkmenhimiya State Concern, Turkmenistan’s state owned petrochemical company headquartered in Ashgabat, the plant is the largest of its kind in the entire country Ammonia production: 400.000 tpa, Urea production: 640.000 tpa
Sojitz Corporation (Sojitz) and Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) have completed construction in 2014.
Turkmenistan boasts the world’s fourth largest reserves of natural gas and has continued to experience rapid growth, even compared to other Central Asian countries. In addition to natural gas and oil, cotton is also one of the country’s major exports, prompting the government to focus resources on promoting agriculture. Inspection Team actively performing activities at projects throughout Turkmenistan and its neighboring countries; we work to help enrich the lives of people across the region.
Gorgon Project (Australia)
The Gorgon gas project is a natural gas project in Western Australia, involving the development of the Greater Gorgon gas fields, subsea gas-gathering infrastructure, and a liquefied natural gas plant on Barrow Island, Australia.
Gorgon is a story of energy, the environment as well as technology and expertise. It is globally one of the largest natural gas projects ever undertaken and the largest single-resource development in Australia’s history. It includes a 15.6 million tonne per annum (MTPA) liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant on Barrow Island and a domestic gas plant with the capacity to supply 300 terajoules of gas per day to Western Australia. The Gorgon Project is a joint venture between the Australian subsidiaries of Chevron (47.3 percent), ExxonMobil (25 percent), Shell (25 percent), Osaka Gas (1.25 percent), Tokyo Gas (1 percent) and JERA (0.417 percent).
LR2 Project (Laffan Refinery)
Laffan Refinery 2 (LR2) started commercial production in 2016, marking the culmination of a strategic expansion to Qatargas’ world-class facilities in Ras Laffan Industrial City. LR2 adds a processing capacity of 146,000 barrels per stream day to the existing LR1, effectively doubling Qatar’s total condensate refining capacity to 292,000 barrels per stream day. Laffan Refinery 2 produces low sulfur Euro-V specifications products such as naphtha, kerojet (A-1), ultra-low sulfur diesel, propane and butane for local and international markets.
The shareholders of Laffan Refinery Company Limited 2, the owner of LR2, are: Qatar Petroleum (84%), Total (10%), Cosmo (2%), Idemitsu (2%), Mitsui (1%) and Marubeni (1%).
LR2 have a daily production capacity of 60,000 barrels of naphtha, 53,000 barrels of jet fuel, 24,000 barrels of gasoil and 9,000 barrels of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
Sangachal Terminal Project (Baku, Azerbaijan)
The Sangachal Terminal is an industrial complex consisting of a natural gas processing plant and oil production plant, located on the coast of the Caspian Sea 45 kilometres south of Baku, Azerbaijan.
Sangachal terminal is associated with Azerbaijan International Operating Company (AIOC) by two pipelines of 16 and 30.
The oil and gas from the offshore fields flow through the subsea pipelines into the terminal and they stretch across the entire length of the terminal. There are eight different pipelines entering the terminal from offshore locations and eight leaving it. They head off in different directions carrying premium quality Azerbaijani crude oil and gas to the world markets. In addition, the terminal receives third party oil from Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan.
Sangachal terminal covers an area of about 550 hectares, which makes it one of the world’s largest oil and gas terminals, and consists of two main parts: the Early Oil Project (EOP) and Sangachal Terminal Expansion Programme (STEP).
Rumaila Project (Basrah, IRAQ)
The Rumaila oil field is one of the largest oil fields in the world. It is located near Basra and about 20 miles from the Kuwaiti border in southern Iraq. It is spread over a 1,800km² area and is owned by Iraq.
In November 2009, BP and CNPC consortium signed a $15bn service contract with Iraq’s South Oil Company, for the development of the field. As per the contract, BP holds a 38% stake, and CNPC and State Oil Marketing Organisation (SOMO) hold a 37% and a 25% stake in the field respectively.
BP and CNPC consortium aims to expand the field’s production to about 2.85 million barrels per day in the next five years. Rumaila will become the second largest oil field in the world after Saudi Arabia’s Ghawar field, if the targeted production is reached. The field’s oil reserves are estimated at 17 billion barrels.