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Agar Water-Cut Meter Installation

Calibration and Overhaul of Pressure Vacuum Valves

Gbaran-Ubie Infill Project

Our Approach

PE Energy is a true Nigerian success story

As a leading partner to the country’s Energy and Oil & Gas industries since 2009, we have long been recognised for our ability to deliver effective global supply chain and project management solutions. Now, we’re rapidly developing an international presence and a growing reputation on the global market.

We already represent some of the world’s leading OEMs – and with key facilities in Rivers and Lagos States, we are continually working with our partners to ensure we supply the most complete range of products and services possible. First and foremost that means harnessing the resources and expertise available to us in Nigeria.

The Nigerian Advantage

PE Energy’s highly qualified and experienced engineers have been trained by the OEMs we represent, so you can be sure they possess the vital knowledge, industry insight and technical capabilities you need to deliver your projects more efficiently.

We understand the complex demands you face on a daily basis. We recognise the industry culture you operate in and we have the world-class engineering specialists that can help you meet the challenge.

Welcome to PE Energy.

AGAR WATER-CUT METER INSTALLATION

END USER OVERVIEW:

SPDC: The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nig. Ltd (SPDC) has always been on the forefront of the petroleum industry in Nigeria; producing about 39% of the nation’s oil with the largest acquisition of land. To ensure remote operation capability implementation, PEEL installed the Agar Water-cut Meter (WCM) at various SPDC facilities.

PROJECT BACKGROUND:

The AGAR OW-202 is an insertion-type oil/water monitor designed for service in line sizes 6″ and above and water cut ranges of 0-100%. This water-cut monitor measures liquid-in-liquid (i.e. mixture of oil & Water) and concentrations by measuring bulk di-electric properties of the fluid using microwave absorption technology. Agar Water-cut is the only metering device in which the accuracy of measurement is not affected by changes in salinity, density, viscosity, temperature or velocity of the components being analysed.

The Installed Agar Water-meter is applied in the under listed areas:

• Crude Oil and finished pipeline monitoring
• Oil in wastewater
• Glycol and water
• Aqueous/organic measurement

The key success factors of this project can be attributed to the meticulous planning and professional approach from the PEEL team. Technical challenges were encountered but were resolved in an expeditious manner and at the conclusion of the project; the end user was very satisfied.

PEEL staff working on site The Agar Water Cut Meter PEEL staff working at a height
Calibration and Overhaul of Pressure Vacuum Valves

END USER OVERVIEW:

CHEVRON: CNL and its related companies have done business in Nigeria for more than 90 years and CNL’s workforce totals more than 2,000 employees, of which 90 percent is Nigerian. CNL operates and holds a 40 percent interest in 13 concessions covering 2.2 million acres (8,900 km2), predominantly in the onshore and near- offshore regions of the Niger Delta. In 2007, total daily production averaged more than 350,000 barrels of crude oil, 14 million cubic feet of natural gas, and 4,000 barrels of liquefied petroleum gas.

PROJECT BACKGROUND:

The scope of the project is to undertake an overhaul and recalibration of pressure vacuum valves to maintain the pressure of their LPG cargo tanks. A total of 9 valves were calibrated and recertified.

The key success factors:

• Cooperation and the synergy from all stakeholders involved in the execution of the project (Chevron, Pentair and PEEL)
• An effective team approach that resulted in the project being driven in a highly expeditious manner
• PEEL technical leadership and expertise
• Technical challenges were encountered but were resolved in an expeditious manner and at the conclusion of the project; the end user was very satisfied.

Overhauling of a Pilot Valve     PEEL staff working on a
Pressure / Vacuum Valve
PEEL staff working on
the LPG FPSO
Gbaran-Ubie Infill Project

END USER OVERVIEW:

SPDC: The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nig. Ltd (SPDC) has always been on the forefront of the petroleum industry in Nigeria; producing about 39% of the nation’s oil with the largest acquisition of land. In 2013, SPDC tested the potentials of gas wells towards the fulfillment of the Gbaran- Ubie project in Bayelsa State.

PROJECT BACKGROUND:

Gbaran-ubie is one of the largest oil and gas projects in Nigeria with facilities including five oil and gas fields on a 650-square kilometre area. The aim of the project is to help reduce operational flares from nearby fields and also an avenue to providing natural gas and oil for export as well as gas for electricity generation in Nigeria. PE Energy received an order from the EPC contractor; Daewoo to procure and install products such as choke valves, tubing’s and fittings, butterfly valves, relief valves and wet gas metering.

The Gbaran-ubie project has created two indigenous scaffolding companies in Bayelsa state, SPDC was able to successfully sign a global memorandum of understanding (GMoU) covering 44 communities in the area as part of her comprehensive community development programme.

The key success factors were as follows:

• Cooperation and the synergy from all stakeholders involved in the execution of the project (SPDC. Daewoo and PEEL)
• An effective team approach that resulted in the project being driven in a highly expeditious manner
• PEEL technical leadership and expertise

Our Approach

In many ways it is not just what we do at PE Energy that sets us apart, it is how we do it.

We see the three C’s – Character, Capacity and Commitment – as the guiding principles by which our company operates.

We believe that to continue being a major global supply chain and project management services provider, it is vital that we not only have world-class resources and expertise but that we are honest, dedicated and transparent in everything we do.

It is an entrepreneurial attitude that has seen us establish stronger partnerships with all our customers. It has also helped us to consistently foster closer working relationships that, more often than not, lead to enhanced levels of service and a more effective engineering outcome.

MAXIMISING LOCAL CONTENT

PE Energy is also committed to the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry Content Act. After all, we don’t merely see it as our responsibility to harness the talent and resources available to us in Nigeria, we think it’s critical to our ability to meet our customers’ needs and build our business.

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