Kuwait GasPort

kuwait-gasportTechnica provided Kuwait & UK based Electrical & Instrumentation design and management services for the Kuwait Gasport facility from the initial stages of the project in 2007. The Mina Al-Ahmadi GasPort (MAAGP) is Kuwait’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal.

Using Excelerate Energy’s GasPort technology, an Energy Bridge Regasification Vessel (EBRV™) is stationed at the existing Mina Al-Ahmadi South Jetty facility and delivers regasified LNG at a baseload rate of up to 500 million cubic feet per day (mmcf/d). In addition, the MAAGP incorporates an innovative shuttle tanker berth that provides for ship-to-ship LNG transfer and boil off gas management capabilities between a conventional LNG carrier and the EBRV™.

This allows Excelerate Energy to keep the EBRV™ on station while receiving cargo deliveries of LNG from conventional carrier’s dockside, resulting in a flexible terminal that can provide seasonal baseload service to Kuwait.

Construction of the facility began in January of 2008 from which point Technica provided a constant site presence of highly experienced and skilled Engineers and Supervisors based at the Mina Al Ahmadi Oil Refinery.

Project services which Technica provided on this project:

>Project Engineering, Management and Supervision of vendor packaged works
> Integration works associated with ESD, DCS, Metering, Instrument Air, Nitrogen, Generation, LNG/HP Loading Arms and Marine Berthing Systems
> Project Engineering, Management and Supervision of the E&I Site installation.
> Day to day interface with local installation workforce
> Control and issue of work permits.
> Site based procurement of consumables and equipment
> Site Acceptance Tests
> Site Pre-Commissioning and Commissioning Support

Kuwait GasPort

Client: Excelerate Energy
Location: Mina Al-Ahmadi, Kuwait
Value: £1.43m
Duration: 2 Years
Project: Mina Al-Ahmadi GasPort (MAAGP)