Client PT. Petro Storindo Energy
Location Sangatta, Kalimantan, Indonesia
Contract EPC
Completion May 2016

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Project Summary

McConnell Dowell is proud to have been constructing marine works in Indonesia for over 40 years. In 2014 the company was engaged to design and construct an eight-dolphin berthing facility along with a 3 km sub-sea pipeline for PT Petro Storindo Energy (a joint-venture between Oiltanking, BP and Kaltim Prima Coal).

This was an Engineering, Procurement, Construction Installation and Commissioning (EPCIC) of Dolphin Mooring System, PLEM, and subsea pipeline to support onshore tank farm servicing PT KPC.

Scope of works

Include the Dolphin Mooring System (4 Berthing and 4 Mooring Dolphins), 3 km subsea pipeline including subsea control unit, PLEM (Pipeline End Manifold), PIG Launcher and onshore PIG receiver, miscellaneous pumps and tanks for the fuel supply up to the onshore 75.000 cbm diesel storage terminal for the operation of Kaltim Prima Coal mine.

Offshore facilities including:
2km x 20-inch subsea pipeline, Pipeline End Manifold (PLEM) equipped with PIG Launcher, flexible submarine hose string (riser) with Marine Breakaway Coupling (MBC) and subsea control system via which the PLEM valves can be operated.

Onshore facilities including:
1km x 20-inch onshore pipeline, pig receiver, pipeline depressurisation skid and pipeline slop tank and pump.

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