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Odjfeld Drilling

Odjfeld Drilling


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About the Project


The images above show the Single Skin Ladder type Derrick Ladder Heatshields and an external view of Ladder shields, protecting the internal staircase and drilling equipment.

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FPSO Capixaba

FPSO Capixaba, Brazil


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About the Project


The FPSO Capixaba is currently on the Cachalote Field offshore Brazil.

Formerly on the Golfinho field, it was taken off station and refurbished to suit the new location.

Locker Heatshielding were commissioned by Single Buoy Moorings Inc. in 2005 to provide radiant Heatshields for the turret area of the FPSO Capixaba for its new offshore Brazil position.

Single Skin Ladder type Heatshields were installed on the side of the FPSO turret area. They protect both the electrical control cabinets and personnel accessing these areas, from the effects of radiant heat during flaring off of waste hydrocarbons.

The Single Ladder Heatshields were used in this location for their excellent radiant heat reduction capabilities, along with the inherent strength, visibility and ventilation they provide.

Click to download PDF Project Sheet: FPSO Capixaba.

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FPSO KIKEH Malaysia

FPSO KIKEH, Malaysia


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The FPSO Kikeh is currently located 120km northwest of the island of Labuan, offshore Sabah, East Malaysia in water depths of around 1,300m.

The FPSO is operated by Murphy Sabah Oil Company on behalf of Partner Petronas Carigali. Locker Heatshielding were commissioned by Single Buoy Moorings Inc. in 2007 to provide radiant Heatshields for the external turret area of the FPSO.

At the time of construction the vessel had the largest external turret to date and was the first Malaysian FPSO in the SBM fleet.

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Single Skin Ladder type Heatshields were installed on the front face of the FPSO turret area facing towards the flare boom as well as around the crown block area including the roof area.

The Heatshields are used to protect both personnel and key equipment from the effects of radiant heat from the flaring of excess hydrocarbons. The Single Skin Ladder Heatshields were used in this location for their excellent radiant heat reduction capabilities, along with the inherent strength, visibility and ventilation they provide along with the ability to span large distances.

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Rowan Gorilla V

Rowan Gorilla V, UK - North Sea


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Mini Type Heatshields were attached to pre-fabricated support structures which were then lifted into place and attached to the Derrick structure.

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Kupe Gas Onshore Facility (Technip Oceania)

Kupe Gas Onshore Facility (Technip Oceania), New Zealand


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Locker Heatshielding Ltd were contacted by Technip Oceania in 2008 to assist with protection of flare gas supply pipework and flare air ducting located at the Kupe Gas onshore terminal. These flares are positioned in a specially designed burn pit to prevent damage to any surrounding infrastructure.

Due to the horizontal orientation of the flare tips, the Heatshields had to provide full protection to both the equipment and support structure, as there could be a tendency for the flares to blow back in the direction of the Heatshield wall. The shields also needed to fit in close proximity to the flare tip piping without affecting performance.

The Locker Single Skin Ladder was selected, as it provides 150mm standoff from the supporting structure and greater protection against the flare and radiant heat produced.

A key benefit of Locker Heatshields is that they can easily be shaped to fit around practically any shape and size, providing greater flexibility for challenging onshore and offshore projects such as this.

The Kupe natural gas field is located in the Tasman Sea, 30km off the coast of Manaia in Taranaki, New Zealand. The field was discovered in 1986 and is located in 35m of water. The production facility comprises an unmanned offshore platform, a 30km single 3 phase pipeline to shore and an onshore production station.

Click to download PDF Project Sheet: Kupe Gas Onshore Facility.

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Bul Hanine PS3 Bridge Link

Bul Hanine PS3 Bridge Link, Qatar


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Bul Hanine PS3 Offshore Bridge Link between the platform and accommodation block is protected with Ladder shields on both sides to protect personnel from the effects of radiant heat in emergency evacuation situations. The shields also provide good visibility and ventilation.

The Heatshields had to be shaped around the deluge valve equipment, with an internal Heatshield closing the gap left by the equipment to prevent the ingress of radiant heat.

The purchasing company was Doha Petroleum and the project is part of a 40 billion Qatari riyals ($11 billion) redevelopment of the existing Bul Hanine offshore oil field located about 120 km (75 mi) east of the Qatari coastline by DOHA, Qatar – Qatar Petroleum (QP). The project is one of the largest to be managed and executed by QP, and it is designed to prolong the field’s life and double its current oil production rate.

Click to download PDF Project Sheet: Bul Hanine PS3 Bridge Link.

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Rowan Viking

Rowan Viking, UK - North Sea


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Mini Heatshields were fitted to all 4 sides of the Rowan Viking Structure and the Crown Block was fully enclosed with Locker Double Skin Ladder Heatshields.

The overall area of 1680m² of Mini Shields and 285m² of Ladder Shields were designed, manufactured and supplied within 15 weeks or receipt of purchase order.

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Transocean Galaxy 1

Transocean Galaxy 1, UK - North Sea


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Transocean Galaxy 1 was selected for a drilling campaign on the Elgin field within the North Sea as a direct replacement for the previously operating Rowan Viking Drilling Rig.

Due to the close proximity of the drilling rig to the flare boom of the Elgin platform there was a requirement to fully enclose the drilling derrick of the rig, which consisted of placing Heatshields on all four sides, as well as covering the crown block roof.

Design and fitting of the support structures, along with the installation of the Heatshields was completed in association with MSD Design Ltd.

Click to download PDF Project Sheet: Transocean Galaxy 1.

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In excess of 1750m² Locker ‘Extra Span’ and ‘Double Skin Ladder’ Heatshields were attached to pre-fabricated support structures, which were then lifted into place and clamped to the Derrick structure.

 

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Shell Stones FPSO (Turritella)

Shell Stones FPSO (Turritella) - USA


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Stones floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) is an ultra deep-water oil and gas development in the Gulf of Mexico. It hosts the deepest production facility in the world, in some 2,900 metres (9,500 feet) of water.

As part of the Stones development, Locker Heatshielding provided both Ladder and Extra Span shields which protect the turret area from the effects of the radiant heat produced during flaring operations. The project continued our team’s excellent long-term working relationship with Single Buoy Moorings.

The Stones development is located in the Gulf of Mexico’s lower tertiary geologic trend, a new frontier in deep water where Shell achieved first commercial production with Perdido. Phase one of the project includes eight subsea production wells tied back to the FPSO. Multiphase seafloor pumping is planned to pump oil and gas from the seabed to the vessel, increasing recoverable volumes and production rates.

Click to download PDF Project Sheet: Shell Stones FPSO.

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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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