WorleyParsons awarded Techouse a contract for an electro-chlorination package on Nova
The EPCIC contractor Rosenberg WorleyParsons AS has awarded Techouse AS a contract for an electro-chlorination package to the Nova Tie Back to Gjøa project in the North Sea.
The project includes standardized electrochlorination system using Tubular Electrode Concept designed for continuous operation to provide safe and effective chlorine dosing. The electrolytic cells are “self-cleaning” and do not require acid cleaning if the impurities entering the system are within acceptable limits and if the unit is operated in normal conditions. The unit will be equipped with a degassing tank, including air blowers to dilute and provide safe ventilation of hydrogen gas to air.
We are delivering this project to our customer Rosenberg WorleyParsons in Stavanger and in cooperation with our partner Permascand, leader in supplying electrodes and electrochemical equipment from Sweden.
The Nova (formerly Skarfjell) field is located in the production licences PL 418 in the North-Eastern part of the Norwegian North Sea.
Nova is planned to be developed as a subsea tie-back to the Gjøa platform. The development plan includes two subsea templates connected to the Gjøa platform via pipelines where oil and gas from the Nova field will be processed and exported.
The production from the Nova oil field is expected to commence by September 2021 and “the field is expected to produce 60 to 140 million barrels of oil equivalent during the course of its development.”