Nigerian independent Seplat Petroleum has released details of a front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract it plans to award for oil capacity expansion work at its Sapele field according to Upstream.
A recent tender noted that as part of the Sapele Further Oil Development (FOD) campaign, Seplat on behalf of the joint venture of itself and the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company Limited (NPDC) has deemed it necessary to carry out the FEED of the Integrated Liquid Treatment Facility and Flowstation at its Sapele Field to handle anticipated increase in production from OML 41.
To execute this FEED scope, it is mandatory that a competent engineering contractor with proven experience in Liquid Treatment Facility (LTF), Produced Water Treatment (PWT) and Sand Management Systems (SMS) Engineering Design in line with SEPLAT’s Produced Water Management strategy is engaged.
The successful contractor shall demonstrate capability in engineering of PWT and SMS, and by leveraging its experience in conjunction with a reputable Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to provide a detailed technical proposal for PWT and SMS to be deployed as part of the Sapele FOD Liquid Treatment Facility Project. The tendering process shall be run on the Nigerian Petroleum Exchange (NipeX) contracting platform.