Alderley Systems secures contracts for BP Quad 204 Project

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Alderley Systems Ltd, a subsidiary of Alderley plc, announces today that they have been awarded contracts for oil and gas metering systems and a slops separation package for the BP Quad 204 FPSO which replaces the Schiehallion FPSO located West of Shetland. Alderley is a market leader in liquid and gas metering, produced water treatment packages and water injection systems.

Alderley Systems Ltd scope of supply is for an oil metering system consisting of 4 ultrasonic meter streams with a 30” bi-directional prover, a gas metering system consisting of 3 ultrasonic meter streams in duplex system at class 1500, along with the associated control systems for both metering systems. The Slops preparation package will consist of a skid mounted single hydrocyclone.

The systems will be manufactured and tested over the next 52 weeks at Alderley’s facility in South Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

Jim McAleese, Managing Director of Alderley Systems says, “This is an exciting project for Alderley. The Schiehallion field is located in one of the most challenging offshore environments in the UK. Through our engineering expertise and extensive knowledge in standards and technologies we have been able to offer the right application which meets the specific design requirements, while taking into account the challenging external factors in this area.”

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