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UPDATE ON CHEVRON PWD IFC SUPPORT PROJECT

UPDATE ON CNL PWD POST IFC SUPPORT PROJECT

By: Engr. Sarafa A. Ibrahim (Project Manager)

The NETCO team attached to the Produce Water Disposal (PWD) Post Issue For Construction (IFC) Support Project continues to render services in line with the CNL/NETCO agreed scope of work. This phase of the project involves updating of Detailed Engineering Design documents in line with vendors information and modifications that are necessary as fabrication and construction work progresses.

As a result of dedication and commitment of the NETCO team, delivering quality results within schedule. CNL was delighted to recognize the individuals on the project with a well-deserved outstanding performance award in February 2013.

Satisfactory job performance and positive attitude of the NETCO Team prompted CNL in July 2013 to increase NETCO's participation on the project by awarding Contract extension to continue the project support till end of November 2013.

The following are some of the achievements of the project team:

o      Piping activities within the Escravos dehydration area was revised to accommodate equipment with higher pressure and capacity.  This was necessitated since existing equipment could not yield required pressure to sustain flow requirement within the facility.

o      Demolition of existing Wemco units presented during detailed engineering design phase to accommodate an additional environ cell and skimmer vessel of higher capacity than the Wemco units.

o      Successfully carried out New DSQ Platform Re-configuration due to change in initial orientation

o      Carried out visual and structural integrity check for Existing DSQ Platform and SOWIP Bridge.

o      Designed and Supervised the fabrication of New DSQ platform Topsides strengthening due to introduction of massive deck extension

o      Prepared As-built drawings for Existing DSQ Platform and SOWIP Bridge.

o      Assessed the fabricated new DSQ Platform and bridge Padeyes ability to carry additional weight from PWD project piping and cables tray

o      Re-engineered the Escravos Dehydration area scope

o      The dehydration area has been redesigned, and is currently being run in three stages, to allow for systemic demolition of piping and equipment without completely shutting down the facility for extended period of time.

o      The team have been involved in the review of Vendor drawings, and prompt response to site Request for Information (RFIs), Technical Queries (TQs), and necessary re-design to allow for systemic demolition of piping and equipment without completely shutting down the facility for extended period of time.

 Below are outstanding performance awards to NETCO Staff by Chevron.