Barossa Offshore Project FPSO FEED Competition - EPCI Option



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  David Royle
  (08) 8922 9422
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  Locations: NT Australia
  Project Value: > AUD $500 Million
  Project Status: FEED
  Project Owner CONOCOPHILLIPS AUSTRALIA BAROSSA PTY LTD

Project Details


About TechnipFMC – Samsung Heavy Industry Consortium (TSC)

TechnipFMC (http://www.technipfmc.com) and Samsung Heavy Industries (http://www.samsungshi.com) are both internationally recognised solution providers in offshore oil and gas sector with proven synergy of collaboration through several successfully delivered offshore projects including some important Australian FPSO projects. For further details about the consortium partners, please refer to their respective websites. TSC is committed to comply with AIP requirements and ConocoPhillips Australia Barossa’s AIP Plan and the Australian Jobs Act 2013.

About the project

Barossa is an offshore gas and light condensate project being progressed by the Barossa Joint Venture comprising ConocoPhillips Australia Barossa Pty Ltd as Operator (ConocoPhillips Australia), Santos Offshore Pty Ltd and SK E&S Australia Pty Ltd.

As part of the Barossa Offshore Project, ConocoPhillips Australia Barossa Pty Ltd selected TSC as one of the contractors to perform FEED for the provision of an EPCI option for the Floating Production, Storage and Offloading Facility (FPSO).

The FPSO consists of topsides process and utility modules, accommodation, hull, offloading system, turret and mooring system.

The Barossa FPSO is a permanently moored, weathervaning facility with connections to subsea wells and an export pipeline that will tie-in to the existing Bayu-Undan to DLNG gas export pipeline. The condensate is stabilised for storage in the FPSO hull and for offloading as required. Water treated on the FPSO will be discharged overboard.

Further details on the Project and associated opportunities can be found at: BarossaOffshore.icn.org.au

It is important to note that due to the nature of the FEED Competition contract, Expressions of Interest (“EoI”) submitted by Suppliers to TechnipFMC during the FPSO FEED Phase may not progress beyond FEED.

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Chemical Injection Packages4 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Chemical Injection packages are required for various duties such as Topsides
Chemical Injection and Subsea Chemical Injection for installation on FPSO.

The scope of work comprises of design, engineering, supply, inspection and testing,
and performance guarantee of each of the Chemical Injection Package. Each
package shall consist of storage tanks and chemical injection pumps with electric
motor drivers, pulsation dampeners, interconnected piping, valving and tubing,
electricals, instrumentation, all mounted on a structural skid.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
Cladded Pressure Vessels8 Oct 185 Nov 1830 Jun 19
Cladded pressure vessels consisting of separators and scrubbers in sour service, suitable for operation on FPSO facility. Constructed in accordance with ASME Section VIII Div 2. Please refer to attached brief scope for further information
CO2 Removal8 Oct 185 Nov 1830 Jun 19
CO2 Removal package (Acid Gas Removal Unit- AGRU) will be installed in FPSO. Please refer to attached brief scope for further information
Deep Well Pump Package3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Deep well pump package in accordance with Class (ABS) and recognized
international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
F C1311 F C1351 Export Compressor15 Oct 1812 Nov 1830 Jun 19
Export Compressor packages, Gas Turbine driven in accordance with API 617, API 616, API 614 and recognized international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility. Please refer to attached brief scope for further information
F U1210 FU1250 Turbo-Expander15 Oct 1812 Nov 1830 Jun 19
Turbo-Expander Recompressor packages in accordance with API 617 and recognized international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility. Please refer to attached brief scope for further information
F U1610 F U1650 F C3303A F C3303B Flash gas compressor package Fuel gas compressor 15 Oct 1812 Nov 1830 Jun 19
Flash gas compressor package and Fuel gas compressor package, Electric motor driven in accordance with API 617, API 614, API 613, and recognized international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility. Please refer attached brief scope for further information
F U1823 F U18633 CO2 Compressor15 Oct 1812 Nov 1830 Jun 19
CO2 Compressor package, Electric motor driven in accordance with API 617, API 614, API 613, and recognized international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility. Please refer to attached brief scope for further information
F U2508 MEG Regeneration16 Oct 1812 Nov 1830 Jun 19
MEG regeneration package shall be designed to handle rich inlet flow rate of 14.2 m3/h and rich MEG concentration of 71%. Please refer to attached brief scope for further information
F-A3002 Seawater Coarse Filter3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Seawater Coarse Filter in accordance with Classification suitable for operation on
FPSO facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
F-C5001 A-B-C Instrument Air Compressor3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Instrument Air Compressor in accordance with Classification suitable for
operation on FPSO facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
F-E3003 A-B-C Cooling Medium Circulation Pump3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Cooling Medium Circulation Pump in accordance with Classification suitable for
operation on FPSO facility.

Please see attached scope of work for additional information
F-E3003 Seawater Cooling Medium Exchanger3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Seawater Cooling Medium Exchanger in accordance with Classification suitable
for operation on FPSO facility.
F-L7301 A-B F-L7302 A-B Life boat and Davit3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Life boat and davit in accordance with SOLAS, DNVGL-ST-E406 and recognized
international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility.


Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
F-P3001 Seawater Pump3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Seawater Pump in accordance with Classification suitable for operation on FPSO
facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
F-U3603 Thermal Oxidizer10 Jan 196 Feb 1930 Jun 19
The scope of supply shall include thermal oxidiser complete with combustion chamber, stack, required number of burners, fuel gas skid, 2x100% combustion air fans and other associated ducting/piping, electricals, instrumentation and controls, insulation, refractory, etc. Please refer to the scope of work for further details.
F-U6301 F-U6101 Condensate Offloading and Tandem Mooring System Package3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Condensate Offloading and Tandem Mooring System Package in accordance
with OCIMF and recognized international standards suitable for operation on
FPSO facility.
Please see attached scope of work for more information.
F-U7102 A-B Firewater Pump3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Fire Water Pump package in accordance with NFPA 20, NFPA 25, Classification
and international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
F-U8105A-B-J Essential Diesel Generator Engine3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Essential Diesel Generator Engine in accordance with Classification and
international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
F-V6501 A-B Inert Gas Generator3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Inert gas generator package in accordance with Class(ABS) and recognized
international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
Hull HVAC package3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
HVAC sub-contractor for Hull shall perform design, materials, manufacturing,
shop assembly, testing, preservation and packing for shipment, transportation of
the complete equipment of the HVAC package to the nominated delivery point.
HVAC sub-contractor shall consider sole responsibility of detail design and
performance of the HVAC system and equipment.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
Integrated Control and Safety System ICSS22 Oct 1819 Nov 1830 Jun 19
Control, automation and safeguarding systems provided on Barossa FPSO shall be designed with an overall Integrated Control and Safety System (ICSS) concept. ICSS shall integrate all the different systems (BPCS, SIS consisting of ESD and PSD, FGS and other third party systems) and conventional instrumentation devices under a common platform for monitoring, recording, trending, diagnostic, controlling and shutdown of all topside and hull parameters during normal and abnormal operating condition. \\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nFor further information please refer to attached brief scope.
Main Generator8 Oct 185 Nov 1830 Jun 19
Main Generator packages, Gas Turbine driven in accordance with API 616 and recognized international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility. Please refer to attached brief scope for further information
Nitrogen Generator4 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Nitrogen generator is required for installation on FPSO. Nitrogen generator shall be provided to treat utility air using membrane technology to produce nitrogen.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
Pedestal Cranes22 Oct 1819 Nov 1830 Jun 19
The Pedestal cranes capacity ranges from 25 MT to 50 MT and boom length from 40 m to 65m. Auxiliary/whip hoist is also required. At least one crane shall be provided with man-riding facility.\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nFor further information please refer to attached brief scope.
Pressure Vessels22 Oct 1819 Nov 1830 Jun 19
Pressure vessels such as knock out drums, separators, expansion vessels, storage vessels, columns, scrubbers in process and utility service, suitable for operation on FPSO facility. Constructed in accordance with ASME Section VIII Div. 1 or 2. Material of construction such as carbon steel, stainless steel or carbon steel clad with alloy 825 or duplex stainless steel or SS316L depending on the service. Depending on the service, some pressure vessels will be required to comply to NACE MR0175. 100% Radiography will be required. Post weld heat treatment will be as per code or service requirement.\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nFor further information refer attached brief scope.
Printed Circuit Heat Exchangers4 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Printed Circuit Heat Exchangers (PCHE) designed, fabricated, inspected, tested
and supplied for installation and operation on FPSO facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers4 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers designed, fabricated, inspected, tested and
supplied for installation and operation on FPSO facility.
Approximately 15 to 20 units of shell and tube heat exchangers to be supplied.
Configuration include double stacked exchangers and floating head exchangers
with internal expansion bellow.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
Telecommunication System Package3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Telecommunication System Package in accordance with Company's
Requirement, Class(ABS) and recognized international standards suitable for
operation on FPSO facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.
Transformer Switchboard UPS3 Apr 193 May 1930 Jun 19
Transformers / Switchgears / UPS in accordance with Class(ABS) and
recognized international standards suitable for operation on FPSO facility.

Please see the attached scope of work for additional information.