Thursday, 27 April 2017

Saipem karimun - Loadout Module SP4 & SP3

Loadout Activities for Module SP4 & SP3 on 27-28 April 2017








Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Saipem Karimun - 1st Cutting ceremony BP Tangguh

25-April-2017 , 1st Cutting ceremony BP Tangguh Project at Saipem Karimun






BP, operator of the Tangguh LNG (liquified natural gas) project, awarded Saipem a contract for offshore work related to the Tangguh LNG Expansion Project.


The award is for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of offshore facilities, consisting of two unmanned platforms and subsea pipelines. Saipem will design, fabricate and install these platforms and subsea pipelines. In accordance with the requirements of SKK Migas, Indonesia's upstream oil and gas regulator, Saipem will contribute to local content enhancement, including through its own Karimun fabrication yard

 

 







Sunday, 16 April 2017

Saipem awarded Tangguh Expansion

Italian oil and gas contractor, Saipem was awarded two contracts for onshore and offshore work in Indonesia on the Tangguh LNG expansion project in Indonesia. 

The contracts were awarded by BP Berau, the operator of the Tangguh LNG project, on behalf of the other production sharing contract parties, Saipem said in its statement.
The first award is for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of offshore facilities, consisting of two unmanned platforms and subsea pipelines.
Under requirements of SKK Migas, Indonesia’s upstream oil & gas regulator, Saipem will contribute to local content enhancement, including through its own Karimun fabrication yard, Saipem said.
The second contract for the construction of an onshore LNG process train with a liquefaction capacity of 3.8 million tons per annum, utilities, offsites, an LNG jetty and associated infrastructure, has been awarded to CSTS, a joint operation led by Indonesian EPC contractor Tripatra with Chiyoda, Saipem and Suluh Ardhi Engineering.
Both projects are expected to be completed in 2020, Saipem said.



Consortium of CSTS (Chiyoda, Saipem, Tripatra, and Suluh Ardhi), its leader is PT Tripatra Engineers and Constructors with total contract value of US $ 2.43 billion

EPC Offshore Project PT Saipem Indonesia with a contract value of US $ 448 million. "Then for line pipe work, the appointed contractor is PT Agcia Pertiwi, the contract value is equivalent to US $ 60 million
 
 





Saipem Karimun - BP to kick off Tangguh Train 3 construction in Q4

British oil and gas company BP has submitted its final investment development (FID) decision over Train 3, the expansion of the existing Tangguh liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in West Papua on Friday. It is expected construction can commence in the fourth quarter of this year and the project is targeted to be onstream in 2020.
"This final investment decision has been long awaited, not only by BP but also Indonesia. Tangguh would play a big role in supplying energy to Indonesia with state-owned electricity firm PLN as its biggest consumer," BP's regional Asia-Pacific president, Christina Verchere, said on Friday at the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry office in Jakarta.
She said the Train 3 plant was set to supply 3.8 million tons per annum (mtpa) of LNG, bringing the total supply of Tangguh LNG to 11.4 mtpa. "Following the FID, the key engineering project is likely to immediately begin," said Verchere, adding it was expected the project would create a multiplier effect, generating about 10,000 jobs.
The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry's director general for oil and gas, IGN Wiratmaja Puja, said BP would provide 75 percent of an estimated total production of 3.8 mtpa, as well as 1 million tons of LNG per year to Japan-based Kansai Electric Power.
Upstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Special Task Force (SKKMigas) chief Amin Sunaryadi explained that in the plan of development (POD) of the expansion of the Tangguh LNG project, the investment of Train 3 initially amounted to US$12 billion, but because of some adjustments on EPC services, the investment in this project amounted to only $8 billion.
"The estimated investment of this project now amounts to only $8 billion because of the plunge in global oil prices, which have impacted the costs of EPC services," Amin said.
Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Sudirman Said said the Train 3 project was important because Indonesia required a considerable amount of energy. The project was also deemed crucial because it was located in Papua, which became the focus of attention of the government for realizing its strategic projects, including for supporting its plan to generate 35,000 additional megawatts of electricity, he added.
"FID is a milestone, but there many challenges ahead," the minister said. (ebf)

Zoo Johor

The Zoo Johor is located at Jalan Gertak Merah. It is at the heart of Johor Bahru. It is situated near to the Royal Museum and the Johor Bahru Palace Grouds. Still, the nearest landmark to the zoo is a mosque named Masjid abu Bakar.









 
 

Sunday, 9 April 2017

Saipem karimun - Chevron awards Gorgon marine structures project to Saipem

Chevron awards Gorgon marine structures project to Saipem ($43 Billion - Reached $10.5 Billion)

In Australia, Saipem, in consortium with Leighton Contractors, has been awarded by Chevron the EPC contract for the Gorgon LNG jetty and marine structures project.

The scope of work will consist of the engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction and commissioning of the LNG jetty and related marine structures for the new Chevron Gorgon LNG plant on Barrow Island, 70 kilometres off the Pilbara coast of Western Australia.

The jetty will be 2.1 kilometers long consisting of steel trusses approximately 70m long supported by 55 concrete caissons leading to the loading platforms approximately four kilometers from the shore. The marine structure will include a heavy lift facility, tug pens and navigation aids. The use of concrete caissons for supports will reduce the environmental impact of the jetty construction by eliminating the use of the traditional piled construction method, which would have required hundreds of steel piles to be driven into the sea bed. The works are expected to be completed in 2013.





Saipem Karimun yards to build offshore Iraq platform

SAN DONATO MILANESE, Italy – South Oil Company has awarded Saipem an EPIC contract for the Iraq Crude Oil Export Expansion Project – Phase 2.

This relates to expansion of the Basra oil terminal, off the Al Faw Peninsula in the Arabian Gulf, 550 km (340 mi) southeast of Baghdad.

Saipem will be responsible for engineering, procurement, fabrication and installation of a Central Metering and Manifold Platform (CMMP), to be installed in a water depth of 28 m (92 ft), and associated facilities.

The company’s yard in Karimun, Indonesia will fabricate the topsides, and the jacket and piles will be fabricated at the Saipem Taqa Al-Rushid (STAR) yard in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

Offshore installations are scheduled for the second half of 2013.

Elsewhere Total E&P Nigeria has contracted Saipem for new offshore facilities for the Ofon field, 50 km (31 mi) from Nigeria’s southern coast.

Saipem will perform engineering, procurement, fabrication and installation of the OFP2 jacket - comprising the 1,970-ton jacket structures and the 4,500 ton piles - and will transport and install the completed new OFQ living quarter platform.

The Saipem Rumuolumeni Yard in Port Harcourt, Nigeria will build the jacket. Offshore activities will be performed in phases during 2013, mainly by the Saipem 3000 vessel.

In the Norwegian and UK North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, Saipem has won various contracts to transport and install platforms and marine facilities, and decommission redundant offshore structures, mainly using the S7000 vessel.

Saipem Karimun Indonesia Al Wasit construction platform HASBAH & ARABIYAH

MILAN, Italy -- Saipem has won offshore engineering and construction valued at over $2.2 billion.
In Saudi Arabia, Saudi Aramco awarded the company an EPIC contract under the framework of the Al Wasit Gas Program. This encompasses the offshore development of the Arabiyah and Hasbah fields, 150 km (93 mi) northeast of Jubail industrial city.
The scope includes engineering, procurement, fabrication, and installation of 12 wellhead platforms, two tie-in platforms, and one injection platform; a 36-in. (91.4-cm) 260-km (161-mi) export trunkline; and around 200 km (124 mi) of mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) pipelines, 200 km of subsea electric and control cables and 40 km (24.8 mi) of offshore flowlines.
Saipem also will engineer shore approaches and lay around 120 km (74.6 mi) of onshore pipelines.
Fabrication activities will be executed mainly by yards in Dammam, where Saipem is in a consortium with Saudi partners. Saipem’s new Karimun yard in Indonesia will handle the larger structures. Offshore activities will be performed mainly by Saipem’s construction vessels Castoro II and Castoro Otto


Al Wasit gas development programme, Saudi Arabia
ame and Location Al Wasit gas development programme, Saudi Arabia.
Project Description
The programme entails the construction of an onshore greenfield central processing facility, capable of processing 2.5-billion standard cubic feet of gas from the Arabiyah and Hasbah offshore gasfields to produce around 1.75-billion standard cubic feet of sales gas to meet market needs for local feedstock and support the national economy.
It comprises the building and installation of 12 wellhead platforms, two tie-in platforms, one injection platform, subsea power, communication links and a pipeline network.
Duration
Production start-up is scheduled for 2014.
Client
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco).
Key Contracts and Suppliers
Jacobs Engineering Group (sulphur recovery units); SNC-Lavalin (front-end engineering and design, and project management services); SK Engineering & Construction and Samsung Engineering (engineering, procurement and construction contract); and Saipem (engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning (EPIC)).

 

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Total Station

A total station or TST (total station theodolite) is an electronic/optical instrument used in modern surveying and building construction. The total station is an electronic theodolite (transit) integrated with an electronic distance measurement (EDM) to read slope distances from the instrument to a particular point
Robotic total stations allow the operator to control the instrument from a distance via remote control. This eliminates the need for an assistant staff member as the operator holds the reflector and controls the total station from the observed point
Angle measurement
Most total station instruments measure angles by means of electro-optical scanning of extremely precise digital bar-codes etched on rotating glass cylinders or discs within the instrument. The best quality total stations are capable of measuring angles to 0.5 arc-second. Inexpensive "construction grade" total stations can generally measure angles to 5 or 10 arc-seconds
Distance measurement

Measurement of distance is accomplished with a modulated infrared carrier signal, generated by a small solid-state emitter within the instrument's optical path, and reflected by a prism reflector or the object under survey. The modulation pattern in the returning signal is read and interpreted by the computer in the total station. The distance is determined by emitting and receiving multiple frequencies, and determining the integer number of wavelengths to the target for each frequency. Most total stations use purpose-built glass corner cube prism reflectors for the EDM signal. A typical total station can measure distances with an accuracy of about 1.5 millimeters (0.0049 ft) + 2 parts per million over a distance of up to 1,500 meters (4,900 ft).[2]
Reflectorless total stations can measure distances to any object that is reasonably light in color, up to a few hundred meters
Coordinate measurement
The coordinates of an unknown point relative to a known coordinate can be determined using the total station as long as a direct line of sight can be established between the two points. Angles and distances are measured from the total station to points under survey, and the coordinates (X, Y, and Z or easting, northing and elevation) of surveyed points relative to the total station position are calculated using trigonometry and triangulation. To determine an absolute location a Total Station requires line of sight observations and can be set up over a known point or with line of sight to 2 or more points with known location, called Resection (Free Stationing
For this reason, some total stations also have a Global Navigation Satellite System receiver and do not require a direct line of sight to determine coordinates. However, GNSS measurements may require longer occupation periods and offer relatively poor accuracy in the vertical axis
Data processing
Some models include internal electronic data storage to record distance, horizontal angle, and vertical angle measured, while other models are equipped to write these measurements to an external data collector, such as a hand-held computer.
When data is downloaded from a total station onto a computer, application software can be used to compute results and generate a map of the surveyed area. The newest generation of total stations can also show the map on the touch-screen of the instrument immediately after measuring the points