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Forties Alpha Platform

Forties Alpha Platform, UK - North Sea


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About the Project


The UK North Sea Forties field underwent a major refurbishment in 2007. The offshore flare platforms required replacing as they had been in situ since installation of the platforms in 1976.

Locker Heatshielding were contracted by Amec to provide replacement Heatshield panels for the Forties Alpha flare platform to protect the Flare deck structure from elevated temperatures.

Due to the relatively complex shape of the replacement flare platforms, the Heatshield panels had to be individually designed with a number of complex shapes incorporated. The flare deck shields also had to fit closely around the new flare tip pipes to prevent any ingress of radiant heat through the flare deck.

The replacement flare platform was built on the quayside in Aberdeen and the shields fitted before the entire structure was transported offsite.

The existing flare platform was then removed, and the new platform lifted into place as a complete unit, significantly reducing the installation downtime.

Click to download PDF Project Sheet: Forties Alpha Platform.

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Total E & P Nigeria AMT2 Platform

Total E & P Nigeria AMT2 Platform, Nigeria


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Total E & P Nigeria contacted Locker in August 2008 regarding a problem with the AMT2 flare deck.

The Original Flare Deck had no Heatshield protection and the supporting steelwork was damaged by the elevated temperatures present. Numerous interim modifications were employed in an attempt to strengthen the structure but Locker Flare Deck protection was agreed as the best solution.

The replacement flare deck provided unique challenges in that the panels had to be shaped around the existing structure, and modifications undertaken over the years meant incorporation of a number of complex shapes.

These panels were designed, fabricated and delivered to a tight budget and delivery schedule, and subsequently installed within the specified period. Successful fulfilment of complex requirements strengthened our relationship with Total E&P in the West African region and further demonstrated our ability to meet any challenge asked of us.

Click to download PDF Project Sheet: Total E&P Nigeria AMT2 Platform.

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Sagar Laxmi Flare Deck Extension – ONGC

Sagar Laxmi Flare Deck Extension – ONGC, India


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The current Flare Decks on the Sagar Laxmi platform were extended by 2m all around increasing the overall area by 46m² per flare deck to provide additional protection for the Flare Boom Structure.

The project was completed in a timely manner with the Flare Deck panels being supplied 10 weeks after receipt of the purchase order.

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BP ULA Extension

BP ULA Extension, Norway - North Sea


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The ULA oil field in the southern Norwegian section of the North Sea is located in about 70 metres of water.

The field consists of three conventional steel facilities.

The BP ULA platform underwent a major mid-life expansion project and as part of this the complete flare tower and platform was replaced.

The Flare Platform and upper section of the flare tower was manufactured in Incoloy 800HT which broke new ground for Locker Heatshielding in the supply of replacement flare deck panels.

Click to download PDF Project Sheet: BP ULA Extension.

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Shell Prelude – Multiple Installations

Shell Prelude FLNG, Korea


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Prelude is the world’s first ever floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) project. Locker shields with a combined area of over 2,000m2 have been delivered to SHI (Samsung Heavy Industries) and SBM (Single Bouy Moorings).

The Prelude, constructed at the Samsung Heavy Industry yard in South Korea and engineered by Technip, will be delivered to Shell by the end of 2016.

Locker Heatshielding has designed and supplied a range of different shields for the world famous Prelude.

Installed Locker flare deck shields can be seen approximately 1 minute into the Shell video below:

Click to download PDF Project Sheet: Shell Prelude FLNG.

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