Process Systems package win for North Sea

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10 January 2012

Alderley Systems Ltd, a subsidiary of Alderley plc, has been awarded a contract by global exploration and production company,Apache, to design and deliver a processing system capable of removing sufficient produced water in order to remove production constraints in the Forties field. The system will be installed on the Forties Bravo, located110 miles north-east of Aberdeen, in the UK sector of the North Sea.

The Forties Bravo platform is currently produced using down hole electrical submersible pumps with direct export via a sub-sea pipeline to the Forties Charlie platform for processing. The aim of the project is to install sufficient equipment on the Forties Bravo platform to reduce the water cut of the production fluids to Charlie and cleanup the waste (and solids).

Alderley Systems Ltd scope of supply is for a sand cleanup vessel, incorporating de-sanding hydrocyclone liners. The sand cleanup vessel (V-2311B), made from duplex stainless steel, will remove the entrained oil from the main partial processing hydrocyclone package and Degasser Vessel and will provide storage of the cleaned slurry in preparation for disposal overboard.

The vessel has been manufactured and successfully pressure tested with the fabrication of the project well underway at Alderley Systems Ltd UK base.

Jim McAleese, Managing Director of Alderley Systems Ltd comments, “Alderley Systems will deliver this project in a challenging 25 week delivery. This shows our commitment to providing world-class services and products, all delivered with unsurpassed efficiency.”

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