Vietnam: PTSC M&C Completes Su Tu Trang Jacket and Topside

Vietnam: PTSC M&C Completes Su Tu Trang Jacket and Topside

The load-out and sail-away ceremony will be held May 14th for the Su Tu Trang jacket and topside at PTSC M&C fabrication yard in Vung Tau City, Vietnam.

The ceremony will be attended by the representatives of Vietnam Oil and Gas Group, PetroVietnam Exploration and Production Corporation (PVEP), PetroVietnam Technical Services Corporation (PTSC),  Cuu Long JOC , PTSC Mechanical and Construction Company (PTSC M&C).

Known as a well-established operator in Vietnam, Cuu Long JOC has been operating the Petroleum Exploration and Production activities under the Petroleum Contract for Block 15.1 Offshore Vietnam with four discoveries namely Su Tu Den (Black Lion) Oil Field, Su Tu Vang (Golden Lion) Oil Field, Su Tu Trang (White Lion) Gas-Condensate Field and a recently discovered Su Tu Nau (Brown Lion) oil field.

Su Tu Trang is a turn-key project awarded to PTSC M&C in March 2010 by Cuu Long JOC. The scope of work includes Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation, Hook-up and Commissioning for a 1,400 ton topside, 1,200 ton jacket, 1,000 ton jacket pile, 19.5 km infield pipeline and the additional modification for the existing Su Tu Vang Central Processing Platform.

Nippon Steel Engineering Company Limited (NSEC), under the supervision of PTSC M&C, completed the detailed design work in November 2011. Overall project management, procurement and fabrication were carried out and managed by PTSC M&C as part of its turn-key, EPCI contractor’s responsibilities.

PTSC M&C says it “is now targeting the finish date of offshore installation campaign to be in early of July 2012.”

Offshore Energy Today Staff, May 11, 2012; Images: PTSC M&C