Nigerdock delivers first fabricated structures for Total Egina FPSO Project

*Load-out of the Egina flare tower.

*Load-out of the Egina flare tower.

*Nigerdock successfully fabricates & load-out structures for the Egina project
*The Egina Flare Tower weighing 732 tonnes is the largest structure ever lifted in Nigeria using the vessel’s cranes

20 May 2016, Sweetcrude, Houston — Nigerdock is proud to announce it has successfully completed fabrication and the sail away of the Flare Tower for the Egina Floating Production Storage and Offloading, FPSO, Project for Total.

The FPSO is being developed for deployment in the Egina oil field, located 150 km off the coast of Nigeria.

The field is currently under development and production is scheduled to begin in 2018. Nigerdock was selected by Samsung/ TOTAL for critical in-country fabrication works and training services as the provider of choice.

The Flare Tower structure weighs in at 732 tonnes was completed on time, loaded out and sailed away on 24th March 2016. It is one of a number of structures fabricated by Nigerdock at its Fabrication Yard on Snake Island Integrated Free Zone for Samsung Heavy Industries Egina FPSO project. The remaining works will continue through to the first quarter of 2017 as contracted.

According to Emeka Uhara, the Project Manager, “The fabrication for Egina was a big success being delivered on time and budget and to word class specifications. We have expended over 1.7 million man hours on the project, and it has helped generate employment for hundreds of Nigerians while also creating the opportunity for the provision of thousands of man-hours of specialised training.”

These structures completed at Nigerdock’s Fabrication Yard at Snake Island Integrated Free Zone, Lagos are a major boost to the Federal Government’s Nigerian Content Policy, which seeks to domesticate more Oil and Gas activities in Nigeria, under the guidance of the Nigerian Content Development and Management Board, NCDMB.

Speaking on the achievement, David Murray, Acting Managing Director of Nigerdock said, “This marks another significant first for Nigerdock as we continue to prove our ability to deliver stakeholder requirements pursuant to the Nigerian Content Development Act.”

The Company
Nigerdock is a leading indigenous Nigerian oil services company and a member of Jagal Energy. It has diverse capabilities in the areas of engineering, offshore fabrication, ship repair, logistics, marine and
support base services. It is strategically located at Snake Island Integrated Free Zone and offers integrated support services to the upstream oil and gas sector.

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