Our role in supporting the Commercial Team of PSA Development Project during the bidding phase has been significantly important for us in demonstrating our Contracting & Procurement integrity and professionalism around the management of bids and expression of interest for procurement packages until the award of Scope to the successful EPCm Contractor for the Mozambique work associated to the drilling of new PSA development wells and the construction of a new light oil, gas and LPG processing facility and associated surface facilities infrastructure in Temane, Inhambane. We are excited with the continuation & supporting the commercial team of PSA Development Project during the early execution phase with detail engineering and procurement activities.
Project concept/ background
Sasol Petroleum Mozambique Limitada (SPM) has been actively developing the PSA Field Development Plan (FDP), which was originally approved by the Government of Mozambique (GoM) in 2016. Following drilling activity and further technical analysis, the FDP was amended, resubmitted by SPM and approved by the GoM Council of Ministers on 29 September 2020.
The total scope of the PSA Development Project consists of an integrated field development of fifteen oil and gas wells contained in the Inhassoro, Temane and Pande fields which includes:
- Drilling of new oil and gas wells;
- Installation of a new oil and gas gathering system (Outside Battery Limits (OBL);
- Construction of a new initial gas processing facility (Inside Battery Limits (IBL));
- Construction of a new integrated processing facility (30 000 tons per annum of Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG); 4 000 barrels per day of light oil; 30,2 PJ/a gas supply for the Central Termica de Temane (CTT) power plant; excess gas to South Africa) (IBL);
- Implementation of a water disposal system including drilling a new water well (IBL); and
- The integrated processing facility will obtain its utility requirements from the existing Central Processing Facility (CPF), and the tie-ins to the CPF will form part of the PSA Development Project (IBL).