The ENKA-MSS joint venture (JV) was awarded the contract by NCOC in May 2016. It involves the execution of civil, mechanical, electrical, pre-commissioning and commissioning works on EPC-3 Island in the Kashagan area of the Caspian Sea.
EPC-3 Island had previously been constructed by ENKA in 2007 for the client’s drilling ctivities. At the beginning of 2016, ENKA-MSS JV signed a contract with the client for re-configuration works.
All works under this contract were commenced in May 2016 and completed early 2017 and EPC-3 Island has been producing oil and gas since February 2017 via main production and processing Complex, D-Island, which is also known as Hub-1.
Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Pre-Com&Commissioning Works on EPC-3 Island
Scope of Work
|Precast Element Fabrication and Transportation||6,912 ea|
|Excavation and Sand bedding||7,300 m3|
|In situ Concrete Works (Manifold module foundation, open drain tank, trenches, ducting etc..)||1,253 m3|
|Installation of Skid Beam||109 ton|
|Supply and Filling of Haulage Material||7,150 ton|
|Dismantling & Waste Materials Removal||8,750 ton|
|Gravel Placement and Final Compaction||5,300 m3|
|Permanent Fence Installation||1,020 m|
LocationKashagan, North Caspian Sea, Kazakhstan
ENKA SCOPE OF SERVICES
Within the scope of the contract, ENKA-MSS JV carried out the survey work, precast and in-situ concrete works, excavation and backfilling activities, the load-in and installation of major equipment provided by the client, mechanical completion, electrical, pre-commissioning & commissioning and start-up support works.
ENKA-MSS JV provided all the construction and commissioning equipment, marine vessels, personnel and materials necessary for the execution of the works excluding their design. However, permanent project materials such as production modules and pumps, and some marine vessels including an accommodation vessel and transportation barges are provided by the client. ENKA also provided accommodation vessel during peak period of the project.