SLECC Won China Dawan Project

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Feb. 13, 2009

Shengli Engineering & Consulting Co. Ltd.(SLECC) started the kickoff meeting for the Contract of Basic Engineering Services for the surface gathering systems of Dawan Block of Puguang Gas Field located in Sichuan province of China. The Dawan surface gas gathering systems is the priority project of SINOPEC at a capital cost of CNY1838 million, which will make a major breakthough of natural gas production boost to SINOPEC and is operated by Zhongyuan Oilfield Puguang Company, a subsidiary of SINOPEC.

The surface gas gathering project of Dawan Block of Puguang Gas Field is scheduled for completion in 2010 with the processing capacity of 3.7bn cmpy sour gas and 2.8bn cmpy product gas which will be sold locally in SiChuan Province and ChongQing and also to East China markets of Shanghai, JiangSu, ZheJiang, AnHui and HuBei provinces.
The Work Scope of Basic Engineering Services covers such systems as 15 gas development wells, 8 gas gathering stations, 1 gas terminal, 1 produced water treatment station, and 30 ESD valve rooms and 29km gas flow lines in the same trench with 29km fuel gas return lines, 29km 16-core fibre-optic cables and 29km OPGW fibre-optic cables, 3 radio communication base stations, 37km 35kV electric power transmission lines, 9 mountain tunnels, 1 large river crossing, 10 large and medium gully overcrossing, 14km in-field main roads, 38km in-field access roads and 21km well access paths.


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