Mobil Producing Nigeria (MPN), an ExxonMobil subsidiary has called for “Competent and qualified” turnkey contractors to take part in a platform revamping process.
The subsidiary said engineering, procurement, construction, and installation players are needed for its Production Platforms Restoration projects. A pre-qualification process has started with responses due for submission by 15 July. The PPR projects will involve engineering, procurement, onshore fabrication, offshore installation, hook-up and commissioning of several brownfield projects in MPN-operated acreage where its 60% partner is the state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation.
As reported by Upstream, the work scope includes development projects requiring major structural modifications, the reinforcement of decks and new deck extensions, plus the demolition and replacement of processing equipment and pressure vessels. Part of the project also includes wellhead platform revamp schemes involving the repair and replacement of sump and drainage systems, of instrumentation, power gas treatment systems and the construction of personnel shelters.
The subsidiary, MPN, and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) also need retrofit work carried out on wellhead platforms. This includes the repair and replacement of cellar, process decks, and helidecks, plus the demolition and replacement of process, utility, instrumentation and electrical systems along with new valves and piping systems.