Heirs Holdings has launched a tender for work on the Elelenwa multi-phase pump gathering station, on OML 17 in Nigeria.
The tender comes almost exactly a year after the company bought a 45% stake in the licence from Shell Petroleum Development Co. (SPDC), Total E&P Nigeria and Eni. Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) holds the remaining 55%.
The investment is anticipated to hit over $1billion by Heirs Holdings.
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Heirs Holdings Oil & Gas said is seeking for interested and pre-qualified contractors for the work. The contractor will carry out the work under an engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning (EPIC) contract.
The deadline to apply is January 21.
The scope covers work through to start- up of a pump gathering station for well fluids from the Elelenwa West manifold and flow to Agbada-1 flow station for processing. The Agbada field is in the middle of the licence, while Elelenwa is in the south, close to Port Harcourt.
Scope includes a mini front-end engineering and design (FEED), followed by a detailed engineering design. Work will also include the provision of a schedule, site surveys and power generation. The supplier will also provide two years of operational spares, deliver the pump and other facilities to site, carry out performance testing and finally handover.