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By Land or By Sea: Proving Systems Performance In An Offshore Oilfield

06.1.2015



Building on past successful project execution, CCG
is pleased to continue its 10-year team collaboration with Chevron Corporation. Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies, with subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide. In Angola, Chevron operates through its wholly owned subsidiary Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Limited, and has recently deployed a new offshore rig there.

“Our extensive experience working on mission critical projects has helped us assimilate Chevron’s rigorous commissioning practices and safety standards to bring added value to the Mafumeira Sul Living Quarter Building project in Africa” said Tom King, PE— CCG Director of Commissioning. 

Located 15 miles offshore of the Cabinda province in 200 feet of water, the Mafumeria Sul Project (MSP) is the second phase of the offshore Mafumeria Field dev
elopment. The MSP involved the installation of new platforms, drilling of 34 production wells and 16 water-injection wells, installation of Umbilical Riser and Flowline (URF) facilities and 75 miles of subsea pipelines.

The platforms at the field comprise the Central Processing Complex (CPC) featuring three bridge-connected platforms: two 3,200 ton Well Head Platforms (WHPs), a flare tower and a new 148-man Living Quarter Platform (LQP).

CCG was engaged to provide technical support for the commissioning process of the Living Quarter Building's mechanical, electrical and plumbing infrastructure.

For the full article, please download /pdf/CCG Insight Article_Mafumeria Sul LQB Cx.pdf.