Amarinth has delivered two API 610 VS4 vertical pumps and two API 610 OH2 horizontal pumps to the ADNOC Bu Haseer full subject improvement mission
The Bu Haseer oil and gasoline subject is positioned between Das and Zirku Islands, offshore Abu Dhabi, UAE. Bu Haseer is the primary of 5 new offshore fields being developed which collectively are anticipated to supply roughly 1.5 billion barrels of oil, whereas an additional onshore space of seven,800 sq km, which is roughly double the dimensions of Dubai, is at the moment beneath exploration and improvement. Bu Haseer is being developed in two phases, an early manufacturing system (EPS), which commenced operations in 2018, and the second the complete subject improvement (FFD) part, which comes on-line in 2020.
The API 610 VS4 vertical pumps have been specified for hazardous open drains in an area restricted space and so Amarinth leveraged its experience on different related tasks to develop a bespoke design the place the tremendous duplex vertical pumps might be break up into sections for transport after which assembled throughout the obtainable area on web site.
The API 610 OH2 horizontal pumps consisted of a scrubber condensate pump and a manufacturing separator pump. Specified with a 600lb flange score, which is double the standard for any such pump, Amarinth as soon as once more used its expertise gained in earlier demanding tasks to ship a bespoke pump to satisfy the required score.
The OH2 pumps have been manufactured in S6 austenitic stainless-steel with chrome impellers to deal with the aggressive mixture of hydrocarbons, H2S and excessive chloride focus within the water. After the pumps had been delivered, Amarinth engineers travelled to Bu Haseer to help with commissioning.
Oliver Brigginshaw, managing Director of Amarinth, commented, “We’re delighted to have delivered and assisted with the commissioning of this bundle of bespoke API 610 VS4 vertical and OH2 horizontal pumps for this full subject improvement mission. We sit up for additional orders for the pumping necessities of Bu Haseer and the brand new fields as they’re developed.”