For lease. Mobile Offshore Production Unit.15,000-20,000 BOPD capacity
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For lease. Mobile Offshore Production Unit.15,000-20,000 BOPD capacity

Listing ID: 874
Title: For lease. Mobile Offshore Production Unit.15,000-20,000 BOPD capacity
Model: Mobile Offshore Production Unit.
Price: price on request
Quantity: 1
Condition: new build, 20 week delivery
Location: USA
Date Posted: 2016-11-09 14:04:22
Contacts:

Email: jeff@jeffweber.net

Skype: jeffreyweber

EU office:

Mobile: +370-616-57086
Phone: +370-5-261-0884

US office:

Phone: +1-302-231-1880
Description

Need to lease a Mobile Offshore Production Unit? Leasing this Mobile Offshore Production Unit. 20 week delivery. Houston
Jeff Weber, jeff@jeffweber.net, 302-231-1880
Jack-Up Rig Process Design Houston, Texas, USA Equipment Installation Base Houston, Texas, USA Engineering & Construction
Base Houston, Texas, USA Project Management Houston, Texas, USA
Offer Terms FOB Houston, Texas, USA
Pricing- Without Gas Plant $25,175,000 (Exclusive of all taxes) Pricing+ 10 MMSCFD Gas Plant $28, 985, 250 (Exclusive of all taxes) Delivery/Availability 20 Weeks
Other Details Lease option available. Minimum 24 Months.
Payment Terms LC /Or 20% + LC



JACK-UP MOPU DATA SHEET
● Maximum Water Depth: 275 ft.
● Leg Length: 410 ft.
● Hull Length: 243 ft.
● Hull Width: 201 ft.
● Hull Depth: 26 ft.
● Gear Unit Height: 24 ft.
● Longitudinal Leg Centers: 129 ft.
● Transverse Leg Centers: 142 ft.
● Hook Load: 1,250,000 lbs.
● Cantilever Skid Out: 52 ft. aft of transom (including 7 ft. extensions)
● Substructure Travel: 12 ft. transverse to port or starboard
● Quarters Accommodations: 60+ persons
● Heliport - can accommodate: Sikorski S-61N
● Rotary Load: 900,000 lbs.
● Setback Load: 450,000 lbs.

● Liquid Mud: 1,462 bbls
● Sand Traps: 233 bbls
● Bulk Cement: 5,440 cu. ft.
● Bulk Barite: 5,440 cu. ft
● Pipe Storage (Main): 2,040 sq. ft. x 7 ft. high
● Top Drive/Power Swivel: Crown Block:
● Auxiliary Brake: Elmago 7838
● Rotary: National C375
● Emergency Generator: 1300 HP
● Covered Sack Storage: 1,500 sq. ft.
● Potable Water: 1,078 bbls
● Drill Water: 11,704 bbls – Converted to Oil Storage Tanks
● Diesel Fuel: 3,069 bbls
● Base Oil: 800 bbl



PROCESS FACILITIES DESCRIPTION

CRUDE OIL PROCESSING COMPONENTS
The crude oil system primarily separates the oil, water and gas, from the inlet crude oil stream. The separated oil is further processed to achieve export sales-quality oil and stored in storage tanks. The process facilities are composed of the following primary elements:
A. Integral Wellhead Gathering System
B. Inlet Manifold system- HP, IP and LP Headers and Integral Shut-Down System
C. Chemical Injection System
D. Test Separator
E. High Pressure (HP) Separators
F. Intermediate Pressure(IP) Separators
G. Low Pressure (LP) Separators
H. Crude Oil Stabilization System
I. Produced Water Treatment System
J. Produced Gas Utilization System (Optional)
K. Emergency/Utility Flare
L. Utility Systems
M. Firewater System
N. Living Quarters


PROCESS NARRATIVE
Wellstreams are gathered via the inlet manifold. The inlet manifold has 4 distinct headers: Test, HP, IP and LP headers. The difference in Header category is by operations based pressure zone classification. To allow for flexibility in the use of the MOPU across different production facilities. The test, HP and IP headers are rated ANSI 600. The LP header is rated ANSI 300#.

High Pressure Production is fed into the HP Production Separator. Oil from the HP separator is fed into the LP1 Separator. Intermediate Pressure crude stream is fed into IP separator. Oil outlet from IP Separator is fed into the LP2 Separator.

The HP and IP Separators shall operate as 2 or 3 Phase Separators, depending on the produced water volumes.

The 2 LP Separators shall operate as 3-Phase Separators.

HP and IP gas is fed either to the Flare/Flare Knock out drum or to inlet of a Gas Processing unit. The final configuration is based on customer preference. The knock-out drum helps in additional liquid scrubbing off the flare stream and provides additional safety value for containing liquid carryovers to flare, from process upsets. The HP Gas Flare capacity is 30-40 MMSCFD.

Oil from the LP separators are fed into the Electrostatic Heater Treater and Degasser. This unit produces stabilized oil to required RVP and polished to below 0.5% BS & W. This oil is thus sent to the on-board storage tanks 5,000 – 10,000 Barrels Capacity.
The water from the LP separator and Heater Treater is pumped to the Produced Water system.

The gas from the Heater treater and LP Separator are sent to the LP Flare Scrubber and Flare. The LP Gas flare capacity is 15 MMSCFD

The water from the separators are dumped to the Produced Water Treatment System where it is treated to achieve a less than 30PPM and below 50°C for overboard disposal, via produced water pumps.

The facility instrumentation system is pneumatic. This can be modified on request.

A. Inlet Manifold System
This is a 12 Well ligament Manifold system with 4 main headers. Each header piping to inlet separator has an integral Emergency Shut-Down valve.
● Test Header- ANSI 600#
● HP Header- ANSI 600#
● IP Header- ANSI 600#

● LP Header- ANSI 300#

B. Chemical Injection System
Chemical Injection tanks and Chemical Injection pumps rated at up to 2,350 psig and are provided for up to 4 different type of chemicals i.e. Biocides, Demulsifies etc. The injection points are all upstream of the first separators and piped using stainless steel tubing. Additional injection points can be created on request.

C. Test Separator
This is a 3-Phase Separator. The 3 process streams are either commingled and fed into the IP or LP separator, depending on the inherent conditions of the well on test. Each process stream is measured and data stored.
The separator has appropriate safety features in place for overpressure, high and low level, and low pressure protection.

Additional protection may be provided on request if high temperature wells are expected to be part of the production stream.
Test/Production Design Rates:
• Oil: 7,000 BPD, 0.84 S.G.
• Water: 2,000 BPD, 1.03 S.G.
• Gas: 2,000 GOR, 0.69 S.G.
● Operating Pressure: up to 1440 psig
● Operating Temperature: -20 to 200 °F
D. High Pressure (HP) Separators
The HP Production separator receives fluids from the inlet manifold HP Header.
The separator has appropriate safety features in place for overpressure, high and low level, and low pressure protection.

The separator can be operated on 2 or 3 Phase mode.
Production Design Rates:
• Oil: 10,000 BPD, 0.84 S.G.
• Water: 3,000 BPD, 1.03 S.G.
• Gas: 2,000 GOR, 0.69 S.G.
● Operating Pressure: up to 1440 psig
● Operating Temperature: -20 to 200 °F

E. Intermediate Pressure(IP) Separators
The IP Production separator receives fluids from either the inlet manifold HP Header or the HP Separator. It has the same physical dimensions as the HP Separator, but operating pressure is lower.

The separator has appropriate safety features in place for overpressure, high and low level, and low pressure protection.

The separator can be operated on 2 or 3 Phase mode.
Production Design Rates:
• Oil: 15,000 BPD, 0.84 S.G.
• Water: 3,000 BPD, 1.03 S.G.
• Gas: 2,000 GOR, 0.69 S.G.
● Operating Pressure: up to 1440 psig
● Operating Temperature: -20 to 200 °F

F. Low Pressure (LP) Separators
The LP Production separator receives fluids from the inlet manifold IP Header and/or the IP Separators. This is the lowest pressure separator in the Separation train.

The separator has appropriate safety features in place for overpressure, high and low level, and low pressure protection.

The separator can be operated on 2 or 3 Phase mode but is to be operated on 3 Phase mode.

Production Design Rates:
• Oil: 20,000 BPD, 0.84 S.G.
• Water: 3,000 BPD, 1.03 S.G.
• Gas: 1,500 GOR, 0.69 S.G.
● Operating Pressure: up to 1440 psig
● Operating Temperature: -20 to 200 °F

G. Crude Oil Stabilization System
This is a very low pressure system primarily designed to process the oil to export quality. Oil from the LP separators are fed into the Electrostatic Heater Treater and Degasser. This unit produces stabilized oil to required RVP and polished to below 0.5% BS & W. This oil is thus sent to the on-board storage tanks 5,000 – 10,000 Barrels Capacity. This system can handle up to 20,000 BOPD of oil.
The water from the LP separator and Heater Treater is pumped to the Produced Water system.

H. Produced Water Treatment System
The produced water from the Separators and the Electrostatic Treater enters the water skimmer vessel. The skimmer is designed to provide sufficient resident time for the oil droplets and solid particles to coagulate and be skimmed out of the water. Specialized equipment is added to the utilities to clean out the water to meet the discharged water disposal quality requirements of being below 30 ppm oil (daily average) and 50 Deg C, before overboard disposal. A produced water quality monitoring device is installed in the water overboard line. The separated oil is pumped back to the Electrostatic Treater.


I. Produced Gas Utilization System (Optional)
Basically, excess produced gas is routed to either the HP or LP flare as previously discussed. Primarily, produced gas is channeled into the Fuel Gas System. If the gas is required for Power Generation, external natural gas supply, then a mini-gas plant is installed to generate enough natural gas to run the users.

However, if less than 1.5MMSCFD of fuel gas is required for smaller users, an instrument gas system comprising of an Instrument Gas Scrubber, Filter and polishing elements are installed with auto-liquid dumping features. This amount of Gas is sufficient for up to 3MW of Power Gas needs in addition to other minor consumption needs.

The fuel gas filters feed a fuel gas header where all fuel gas users are supplied from..

The pressure relief valves (PSV) on the pressure vessels relieve gas to the respective flare scrubbers.

J. Emergency/Utility Flare
Gas from HP and LP Headers are routed the the HP and LP flares respectively. The design radiation flux for the flare shall be in a nominal range of 550 - 740 BTU/hr/ft2.
● The HP and LP flare piping are supported by a Vertical Flare Boom
● Minimum flare tip distance 100 ft above deck or min necessary to achieve target Allowable radiation levels on deck.
● Flare Rates are up to 30 MMSCFD continuous


K. Utility Systems
● Natural gas powered generator can be installed on the MOPU to supply primary power to all process systems as well as the facility utility loads. However, current power system is the 3 Units of Diesel Powered Generators. One Diesel generator can be retained for back up and Emergency uses, such as Firewater power requirements.

● A utility air system package, complete with air compressors, dryers and receiver is be installed on the platform.
● A sump tank is provided on the MOPU to contain and remove any oil residue from the collected rainwater before discharge overboard.


L. Firewater System
The firewater system shall consist of a primary and back-up pump designed for maximum firewater demand rates. The pumps are connected to the foam deluge system and hose reels system through piping designed to provide a minimum

pressure in the system and a maximum flowrate through the firewater pumps while the pumps are in operation. This system was retained from the Drilling Rig Equipment.


M. Living Quarters
The MOP Living Quarters will accommodate a full complement of personnel required for vessel and platform operation and maintenance, production operations, well and production services, company personnel, and visitors. This is currently a 65 Man on board facility. Potable water shall be supplied to the accommodations from the onboard R.O. (Reverse Osmosis) system to potable water storage (Storage Tank, Pumps, and Potable Water Pressure Set).
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