Major in every sense
900,000 barrels a day of Arabian heavy crude, sour associated gas, condensate and produced water; results of the Manifa Arabian Heavy Crude Program that included the development of the giant offshore Manifa oilfield, the construction of gas oil separation plants and crude stabilisation units and separators. The project also included the expansion of the Khursaniyah gas plant to process the associated sour gas. In total, Saudi Aramco is investing some $8.2 billion in the overall Manifa program.
Multi-disciplinary approach delivers for Saudi Aramco
The project that was executed by Hertel in 2012 and 2013 consisted of Scaffolding, Insulation, Painting (including speciality and exotic coatings) and Fireproofing. At the peak, a total workforce of more than 500 people worked on site. The project consisted of the following activities:
Causeway and offshore platforms with associated pipelines and power cables;
Central processing facilities: core hydrocarbon, package 2 and power package;
Khursaniyah gas plant expansion.
Trust as the basis for cooperation
Hertel has executed several contracts with values totalling some $23 million across all stages of the Manifa development. Working successfully together with the major EPC contractors carrying out this work: Saipem/Snamprogetti, JGC, Tecnicas Reunidas and GS Engineering. The project is a solid demonstration of Hertel’s multi-disciplinary capability on the Arabian Peninsular and is proof of the trust a full range of EPC contractors is willing to place in Hertel’s services.