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"BP Tangguh LNG Plant Train III Papua - Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project contacts.

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Summary


BP Berau Ltd of BP Plc (BP) is undertaking the expansion of Tangguh LNG facility in West Papua, Indonesia.

The project involves the onshore expansion of Tangguh third LNG train with a capacity of 3.8 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) bringing total plant capacity to 11.4 MTPA.

It includes the construction of two offshore platforms, gas storage facility, gasification unit, subsea pipelines, 13 new production wells, an expanded LNG loading facility, a new LNG jetty, bulk offloading facility, the LNG and condensate loading jetty, pipelines and new wellhead platforms as well as the redevelopment of the existing onshore Tangguh Brownfield site.and supporting infrastructure, installation of compression equipment and gas metering facilities.

Onshore works will include an additional natural gas liquefaction train, an onshore receiving facility (ORF), new LNG and condensate loading berth, additional Boil of Gas (BOG) recovery, utilities, flares and other supporting infrastructures.

The scope of contract includes Bulk Offloading Facility (BOF)

Construction of the following:

1. Two finger piers (80m x 20m) and a 60m Ro-Ro quay wall;

2. Installation of sheet piles, tie-rods and waling beams, with 500m concrete capping beam;

3. Installation of Marine furniture (fenders, bollards, ladders);and

4. Installation of a floating pontoon with gangway and catwalks to the Passenger Terminal.

LNG & Condensate Loading Jetty 2

Design, supply, installation, construction, testing and commissioning of the following:

1. Abutment and shoreline rock protection;

2. Access trestle;

3. Loading Platform and Impounding basin (29m x 51m);

4. 6 Mooring and 4 Berthing Dolphins;

5. Oil Spill Response Facility and Tug Berths;

6. Impressed Current Cathodic Protection;

7. Marine equipment (ie. Fenders, Ladders, QRH, Navigation aids, BAS & EMS); and

8. Catwalks (2m wide) between dolphins/platform and 2 Access Gangway Towers.

On September 27, 2012, BP formally submitted the planning application to BPMigas, the upstream oil and gas regulator of Indonesia.

In December 2012, BP received planning approval.

In August 2014, BP secured Integrated AMDAL environmental and social impact assessment approval and also secured the environmental permit. However, BP has to secure government approvals for project implementation.

On October 22, 2014, two consortia were awarded the front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract.

The first consortium will work for the offshore FEED and consists of PT Tripatra Engineers and Constructors, PT Tripatra Engineering, PT Chiyoda International Indonesia, PT Saipem Indonesia, PT Suluh Ardhi Engineering and Chiyoda Corporation Consortium.

In 2015, project was placed on hold due to poor market conditions, and as gas buyers had not been secured.

The second consortium will work for the onshore FEED and consists of PT Rekayasa Industri, JGC Corporation, PT KBR Indonesia and PT JGC Indonesia Consortium.PT.

In addition, BP has signed a sales and purchase agreement with PT. PLN (Persero) to supply up to 1.5 million tonnes of LNG each year and with Japans second-biggest power firm Kansai Electric Power to supply up to 1 million tonnes of LNG each year. However, BP is still looking for a buyer for the remaining gas.

The project was supposed to be financed using the trustee borrowing scheme (TBS). However, following objection from the Corruption Eradication Commission, the financing scheme was revised.

US$5,000 million will be funded in debt form and US$7,000 million will be funded in equity form from the equity partners. Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) is expected to provide US$1,250 million and the Asian Development Bank will lend US$500 million towards the project.

INPEX has been appointed as consultant for the project. On July 1, 2016, the final investment decision (FID) was approved for the development of the project.

On July 27, 2016, contractors were appointed for onshore and offshore facilities.

Saipem has been awarded US$448 million engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contract under the second packag for offshore facilities, consisting of two platforms and subsea pipelines. Saipem will leverage its strong technological expertise in the design, fabrication and installation of a platform and subsea pipelines. In accordance with the requirements of SKK Migas, Indonesias upstream oil & gas regulator, Saipem will contribute to local content enhancement, including through its own Karimun fabrication yard.

BP awarded a US$60 million pipeline construction contract under the third package to PT Aksia Pertiwi.

On August 3, 2016, BP signed a loan deal worth US$3,745 million with PT Bank Mandiri Tbk, PT. Bank Negara Indonesia Tbk, and PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia.

On August 5, 2016, CSTS, a joint venture (JV) led by Tripatra with Chiyoda, Saipem, and Suluh Ardhi Engineering were awarded US$2,430 million engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) contract for onshore LNG process train, utilities, offsite, an LNG jetty and associated infrastructure.

Clough has been selected to conduct mechanical engineering studies and provide basis of design, and assistance during development, definition and procurement.

In September 2016, GE Oil & Gas was awarded a contract to supply gas turbine-driven compressors and two heat recovery steam generator. The order has been placed with GE Oil & Gas local business partner in Indonesia, PT IMECO Inter Sarana. It will be manufactured at GE facilities in Greenville, SC, USA, and Florence, Italy, It will be fully digitally-enabled, including advanced sensors and monitoring capabilities to allow continuous equipment care to safely maximize availability. The equipment will be export to the plant in mid-2018.

In April 2017, McConnell Dowell awarded the contract for the marine works, which includes the construction of a Bulk Offloading Facility, the LNG and condensate loading jetty, pipelines and new wellhead platforms as well as the redevelopment of the existing onshore Tangguh Brownfield site.

Pre-construction works are underway with first production from the plant is expected in 2020.

Scope


The project involves the construction of third liquefied natural gas (LNG) train with a capacity of 3.8MMTPA in Bintuni Bay, West Papua, Indonesia.

The US$8,000 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of gas storage rooms
2. Construction of a gasification unit
3. Construction of LNG jetty
4. Installation of compression equipment
5. Installation of gas metering facilities
6. Installation of heat recovery steam generator
7. Installation of utilities
8. Installation of safety systems
9. Laying of gas pipeline

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Published Date : Jul 2017
No. of Pages :13
Country :Indonesia
Category :Construction
Publisher :Timetric
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