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LOI for Onshore Processing Facility and Sales Gas Pipeline - Ujung Pangkah
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Wednesday, 06 April 2011 21:05

LOI for Onshore Processing Facility and Sales Gas Pipeline - Ujung Pangkah

 

In Jakarta, on March 4th 2005, an LOI (Letter of Intent) was sign between Amerada Hess Indonesia Pangkah Ltd and PT. Inti Karya Persada Tehnik for an EPCI of Onshore Processing Facility and Sales Gas Pipeline di Ujung Pangkah, Gresik. IKPT was represented by Bambang Prasetyo – Director of Services and the client's side was represented by Colin Munro – GM Amerada Hess (Indonesia-Pangkah). 

 

 Project Data

Project Name:EPCI of Onshore Processing Facility and Sales Gas Pipeline
Location:Ujung Pangkah, Gresik, East Java
Client:Amerada Hess (Indonesia - Pangkah) Ltd.
Owner Estimate:US $ 40 - 50 millions
Schedule:Tender Winner Announcement (January 2005) - 20 months
Scope of Service:EPC
Contractor:IKPT - Amerada Hess (Indonesia-Pangkah) Ltd. (AHI)

 AHI have programmed to develop gas reserves from the Ujung Pangkah Field, located approximately 4 km off the coast of the Ujung Pangkah peninsula in East java. Reservoir fluids will be gathered at the Ujung Pangkah Field wellhead platform and subsequently transported via a 39 km. 18" OD carbon steel subsea pipeline to a new onhsore processing facility (OPF), located North of Gresik. At the OPG, production will be separated and treated and sales quality gas will be exported to the PLN power generation facility at Greasik via a 20" OD Carbon steel onshore sales gas pipeline. The condensate produced will be accumulated in tanks for export in economically sized batches. IKPT Contract for the EPC of the Onshore Process Facilities and Onshore Sales Gas Pipeline. 


The onshore process facility (OPF) will be located on the Gresik area (Maspion Complex) in East Java, North of Surabaya adjacent to the Madura straits. The OPF will receive approximately 120 mmscfd of wet sour gas from the Ujung Pangkah field and will be required to separate hydrocarbon liquids, remove H2S, dry the gas and control the hydrocarbon dew point to meet delivery specifications. 

EPCI of Onshore Processing Facilities and the Sales Gas Pipeline to PLN in Gresik, cover the following items: Gas Treating Unit, Dehydration unit, Hydrocarbon-liquid-recovery, Metering System, Produced Water, Hydrocarbon Drains, Flare, Storage, Effluent Water Treatment, Utility i.e.: electrical, Fire Water, Instrument Air & Nitrogen, H2S Removal and Disposal system, TEG Dehydration system, Heating Medium system, Condensate Stabilizing system, Emergency Genset, Portable Water, Fuel Gas System, Diesel Fuel system, Pipeline (offshore or onshore)Major Equipment: Pressure Vessel: 32 units, Tank: 7 units, Heat Exchanger: 18 units, Filter: 11 items, Pumps: 20 items, Compressor: 14 Items, Package: 16 Items, Miscellaneous: 9 Items.

 

 
IKPT Donate a Bridge for Aceh
Written by IKPT Site Administrator   
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 21:03

IKPT Donate a Bridge for Aceh

 

 

 

 



As an expression of concern to the catastrophe in Aceh and North Sumatra, IKPT gave aid in the form of a Bridge Frame structure type B-50 with a width of 7 meter, length 50 meter and weight of 115 ton. The bridge was given the name "Bailey".The Bridge was produced by Krakatau Engineering and CHC in Cilegon.

The Bridge value was Rp. 1,7 milliard and it was given to the people of Aceh through the assistance of Indonesian National Army (Tentara Nasional Indonesia – TNI). The bridge had the purpose of reconnecting land transportation between Banda Aceh and Meulaboh, on the west coast of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province. This location took the worst blows of the tsunami and the earthquake. 

Symbolically the ceremony of handing over the bridge from IKPT to the TNI was conducted at the port of Merak - Cilegon on Wednesday, tgl. 9 March 2005, at 17.30, directly in front of KM ship mouth of Kendari Lino. IKPT was represented by Gatot Subandono (Expediting Dept. Head form Procurement Div.) to hand over to TNI represented by Commander of Brigif-1 South Jakarta Major Sumartono who was in charge of loading the bridge in to the ship and delivering to it Aceh. 

The ceremony was also witnessed by functionaries of TNI among others Dandim Cilegon Letkol Tedi, Major Danlanal Merak Desmon, Danramil Merak and representatives of Puspen Mabes TNI. 

For delivery and easy transportation the bridges were dismantled and loaded into. The trailers were loaded into KM of Kendari Lino of Dock of IV Port of Merak and sail to Port of Malahayati in Banda Aceh.

 
Muara Jetty in Brunei Darussalam
Written by IKPT Site Administrator   
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 21:01

 Muara Jetty in Brunei Darussalam  

 

IKPT’s vision to be a global contractor has slowly though deliberately become a reality. This was reflected on March 11 2005 when Mashhor General Contractor Sdn Bhd (Mashhor) and IKPT signed a Technical Services Agreement for a project owned by Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP), and Mashhor to act as the main contractor.

The project name is Muara Jetty Construction Project located at Muara Base Facilities- Brunei Darussalam. With the owner estimate of less than B$ 20 Million. The project owner is Brunei Shell Petrolem (BSP)

The BSP program for this jetty is to demolish the existing jetty and to build a new jetty at Muara Supply Base with the total schedule for demolishing the old jetty and building the new Jetty in 12 (twelve) months. Besides the Jetty, the contractor must also build the Cutter House, Jetty office, Fire Pump House and New Control Room.

 


 
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