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Tenders and Project news, 26 August 2021

 

Tenders

Australia – Brisbane - Replacement of Steel Pipe Culvert

Description: Replacement of Steel Pipe Culvert
Contact info: Email: Metropolitan.Projects@tmr.qld.gov.au
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 14, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

Bangladesh – Thakurgaon - Supply of 250 Mm Outer Dia Riser Valve (weight of Each Valve 16.00 Kg.)

Description: Supply of 250 Mm Outer Dia Riser Valve (weight of Each Valve 16.00 Kg.)
Contact info: Phone: +880-0561-61426 / Fax: + 88-02-9180968 / Email: info@cptu.gov.bd
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 16, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

Canada - Halifax - Williams Lake Pump Station Upgrade

Description: Williams Lake Pump Station Upgrade
Contact info: Phone: +1 902-943-1931 / Email: procurement@halifaxwater.ca
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 16, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

India – Jharkhand - Supply of Raw Water Pump 90 Hp with Flanged Coupling

Description: Supply of Raw Water Pump 90 Hp with Flanged Coupling
Contact info: Phone: (06585) 225878 / Fax: (06585)225806 / Email: deepak_is@hindustancopper.com
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 14, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

Singapore - Telok Blangah - Supply and Delivery of Hydraulic Actuator

Description: Supply and Delivery of Hydraulic Actuator
Contact info: Phone: +65-62794938 / Email: AVISTEO@GLOBALPSA.COM
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 10, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

South Africa - South Africa - BID 8/2/2/335 (4CE OR HIGHER)(2021-2024) FOR LEAK REPAIRS AND VALVE REPLACEMENT/INSTALLATION ON AN AS AND WHEN REQUIRED BASIS FROM DATE OF AWARD UNTIL 30 JUNE 2024

Description: BID 8/2/2/335 (4CE OR HIGHER)(2021-2024) FOR LEAK REPAIRS AND VALVE REPLACEMENT/INSTALLATION ON AN AS AND WHEN REQUIRED BASIS FROM DATE OF AWARD UNTIL 30 JUNE 2024
Contact info: Phone: 016-360-5805 / Email: tenders@midvaal.gov.za
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 17, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

Sri Lanka – Colombo - Colombo - New Empty Cylinder For Nitrous Oxide Gas, With Pin Index Type Valve And Having A Gas Capacity Of 908 Litres Or 1.53kg

Description: Colombo - New Empty Cylinder For Nitrous Oxide Gas, With Pin Index Type Valve And Having A Gas Capacity Of 908 Litres Or 1.53kg
Contact info: Phone: +94-11- 2326227 / 2384411 / Email: managerimp@spc.lk
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 10, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

Tanzania - Dar Es Salaam - Supply of Pipes, Valves and Pump and Solar Energy System

Description: Supply of Pipes, Valves and Pump and Solar Energy System
Contact info: Phone: +255-762 984 849 / Email: complaints@enabel.be
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 10, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

United States – Connecticut - Purchase & Installation of 3,000 Gallon Stainless Steel Convault Tank

Description: Purchase & Installation of 3,000 Gallon Stainless Steel Convault Tank
Contact info: Phone: +1-8602536450 / Email: tmatthewson@enfield.org
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 14, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

Zimbabwe – Harare - Rehabilitation of Mj No 3 Pump House and Letombo Pump Station

Description: Rehabilitation of Mj No 3 Pump House and Letombo Pump Station
Contact info: Phone: +263-4-0478181019 / Email: cohweb@hararecity.co.zw
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: Sep 14, 2021
Language in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up: English

PLEASE NOTE: these notices do not contain all the information necessary for submitting tenders. To participate successfully in these tenders, please contact the addresses shown.

 

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Project News

Upstream oil & gas

Australia, Senex announces FID for Atlas expansion project

Senex Energy Ltd (Senex) announced that the Final Investment Decision (FID) has been taken for the USD 40M expansion of natural gas production at Atlas by 50% to 18 PJ/year

The progression of Atlas to 18 PJ/year is the next phase of growth to drive Senex towards its stated annual production target of more than 60 PJe/year by the end of FY25.

This investment decision for the Atlas expansion project will take the production capacity of Senex's portfolio to 27 PJ/year2, realizing an annual EBITDA of more than USD 130M per year at prevailing prices.

The expansion of the existing Roma North processing facility to 9 PJ/year represents the completion of the first stage of this wider Roma North development, with Senex expected to take the Final Investment Decision for the second stage of expansion to 18 PJ/year in the coming months.

Planning for the third stage of expansion has already commenced, which is targeting annual Roma North production of 27 PJ/year.

Senex has substantially contracted its existing gas supply for calendar years 2021 and 2022, with material uncontracted supply from the calendar year 2023, coinciding with a materially tightening southern gas market and increasingly supportive pricing.

Mexico, LUKOIL start exploration drilling at Block 12 in Mexico

LUKOIL started drilling its first exploration well at Block 12 located in the southern area of the Gulf of Mexico.

The Yoti West-1Exp well will be drilled by Valaris 8505 semisubmersible rig, which was transported to Block 12 after its successful work at Block 10 (the Sayulita-1EXP well). The exploration will focus on turbidite deposits of the Upper and Lower Miocene. Water depth at the drilling site is 207 meters.

Drilling of the Yoti West-1Exp will provide geological and geophysical data needed to make a decision on further exploration of Block 12.

Block 12 is located 50 km off the coast, in the Gulf of Mexico (State of Tabasco, Mexico). Its surface area amounts to 521 square meters, with water depth varying from 150 to 400 m.

Downstream oil & gas

Germany, Wintershall Dea commissions new oil export pipeline

Wintershall Dea Deutschland has commissioned its new crude oil export pipeline between the communities of Emlichheim and Osterwald (Bentheim county) in Lower Saxony. The 14.4-kilometer oil pipeline connects the Wintershall Dea processing facility in the Emlichheim oil field directly with the operating site in Osterwald, replacing the previously still interposed rail loading operations. With immediate effect, the treated oil will be transported exclusively by pipelines from Emlichheim via Osterwald to the refinery in Lingen.

The new crude oil pipeline designed for a daily production rate of up to 600 tonnes, increases both efficiency and safety in transporting the crude oil extracted from the Emlichheim oil field.

The new pipeline is made of corrosion-resistant glass-fiber reinforced plastic (GRP) and is thermally insulated across its entire length. Wintershall Dea relies on the highest safety precautions by implementing this monitoring system. Moreover, the pipeline is regularly cleaned by a so-called pigging process. This ensures continual operation and extends the service life of the pipeline.

Power generation

United Kingdom, Sembcorp completes Substations for Ørsted Wind Power

Sembcorp Marine has successfully completed the fabrication of the Offshore Substation (OSS) and Reactive Compensation Station (RCS) (collectively, Substations) for Ørsted Wind Power subsidiary Optimus Wind Limited. The Substations set off on a voyage to the Hornsea Two Offshore Wind Farm from Sembcorp Marine Admiralty Yard recently.

Constructed at Sembcorp Marine's integrated facilities, the OSS is the largest AC offshore substation and together with the RCS, they have a combined weight of 10,200 tonnes. In addition to fabrication, Sembcorp Marine spearheaded the engineering, procurement, hook-up and commissioning works for the Substations.

Located in the North Sea some 89 km off the Yorkshire Coast, Hornsea Two spans an offshore area of 462 km2 and will be the world's largest wind farm when it goes into operation in 2022. With a capacity of 1.4 GW, the farm will provide power to more than 1.3 million homes in the United Kingdom.

The Substations will reach their destination at end-September 2021 for integration with their jackets.

United States of America, Emerson completes digital transformation at Eva Creek

Emerson announced the completion of a digital transformation project to increase the reliability of clean energy generation at Golden Valley Electric Association's (GVEA) Eva Creek wind farm. The project improves the management of Alaska's largest wind farm.

As the largest electric utility serving northern Alaska, GVEA and its Eva Creek wind farm supply nearly 25MW of reliable, low-cost electricity to customers, while reducing fossil fuel usage.

Emerson's sustainable grid solutions have delivered fast results, increasing the reliability of GVEA's wind turbines and contributing to a 65% reduction in operations and maintenance costs.

Emerson's solutions simplify the management of the Eva Creek wind farm and provide more accurate equipment diagnostics and analytics for forecasting and dispatch. The end-to-end solution incorporates Emerson's Ovation™ automation platform and OSI monarch™ software to expertly help utilities achieve a more resilient, responsible and smarter power grid.

Emerson has been ranked as the major distributed control systems provider for the global power generation industry.

(Petro)chemical, pharmaceutical, biotech

Australia, bp to develop plans for green hydrogen ‎projects in WA

bp Australia announced the findings of its study into the feasibility of an export-scale green ‎hydrogen and ammonia production facility in Western Australia (WA).

The study found that the production of green hydrogen and green ammonia using renewable ‎energy is technically feasible at scale in Australia. Its findings also support bp's conviction that, with ‎its vast potential solar and wind resources, existing infrastructure and proximity to large, long-term ‎markets, Western Australia is an ideal place to develop large scale renewable energy assets that ‎can in turn produce green hydrogen and/or green ammonia for domestic and export markets.

The feasibility study has provided bp with valuable insights into the potential for green hydrogen ‎and green ammonia production which it will make publicly available as part of a knowledge-sharing ‎agreement with ARENA to help progress the development and use of green hydrogen energy.‎

bp will continue to work with key stakeholders to develop plans for integrated green hydrogen ‎projects in Western Australia, working to define the technical and infrastructure solutions, customer ‎demand and business models that would be required for a successful development.‎

United Kingdom, Net Zero secures £16.5M to support energy transition

A total of £16.5M has been awarded to the Net Zero Technology Centre to accelerate a range of energy transition projects that will help deliver Scotland's net-zero economy.

Seven projects will be developed through the centre's Net Zero Technology Transition Programme (NZTTP) to transform the North Sea energy system, with a focus on emissions reduction.

The programme is expected to deliver £403bn for the economy and 21,000 jobs by 2050.

Funding is being provided through the Scottish Government's Energy Transition Fund.

United States of America, Salzgitter Flachstahl signs an MOU with Anglo American

Salzgitter AG's subsidiary Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Anglo American to join forces in investigating the optimization of iron ore supplies for direct reduction. The primary aim of the joint research activities is to minimize the CO2 footprint of steel production. The MOU also covers an examination of the lowest possible CO2 process and Supply chains.

SALCOS® stands for "SAlzgitter Low CO2 Steelmaking" and is a transformation concept for the integrated steel production route. In the process, Salzgitter Flachstahl's carbon-based blast furnace route will gradually be replaced over a period by 2045 at the latest by direct reduction plants that will initially be operated by natural gas and then flexibly with a steadily increasing proportion of hydrogen. Going forward, hydrogen production and the electric arc furnaces (EAF) required for the new process route are to be operated exclusively using electric power from renewable sources. The transformation will allow CO2 emissions from steel production to be reduced by 95% by 2045.

The new facilities and production sequences place special requirements on raw material properties, their treatment processes and logistics.

Other projects

Argentina, Argentina forces the purchase of LNG at high prices

Argentina's Plan Gas IV, which aimed to incentivize natural gas production in the country, was introduced too late, according to GlobalData. The data and analytics company notes that the plan's delays have meant production has not ramped up enough to get the country through the winter, and it will be forced to rely on importing liquefied natural gas (LNG) at record-high prices.

The gap between production and demand in 2021 will force Argentina to yet again turn to imports of natural gas to plug the gap over winter. However, this time, international LNG import prices have tripled.

Both the country's economy and domestic energy demand are heavily dependent on conventional natural gas production. According to GlobalData's Oil & Gas Intelligence Center, natural gas production accounts for almost 60% of the overall hydrocarbon supply in Argentina. Even though the country's overall natural gas output is declining at an average of 3.4% in the next five years, the unconventional portion of production is projected to grow by 9%.

Taiwan, ROC, Eni to deliver a carbon neutral LNG cargo to CPC

Eni and CPC Corporation, Taiwan reached an agreement for the delivery by Eni of a carbon neutral LNG cargo to CPC Corporation, Taiwan, at the Yung An receiving terminal.

The cargo will be certified as Carbon Neutral according to the internationally recognized PAS2060 standard. As part of the transaction, the overall GHG emissions related to the entire value chain of the LNG cargo, including gas production, transmission, liquefaction, shipping, regasification, distribution and end-use, will be offset through the retirement of high-quality nature-based credits. In particular, the credits have been sourced from two REDD+ projects certified by Verra: Luangwa Community Forest project in Zambia and Kulera Landscape REDD+ project in Malawi. The assessments will include a verification of the Projects' calculated CO2 reductions and/or removals and the criteria of additionality, permanence, leakage and double counting.

This is a milestone transaction for Eni, which shows how the company is moving forward in its decarbonization strategy while creating value for its LNG portfolio through its own equity projects. Eni's long-term strategy aims to achieve full carbon neutrality in its products and operations by 2050.

 

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