IRVING, Texas – Flowserve has won orders for water injection and liquid transfer pumps for Sabah Shell Petroleum’s Malikai oil field project, 110 km (68 mi) offshore Sabah, Malaysia.
The order comprises pumps for seawater lift, firewater, drain caisson, flare knockout drum, circulation, and sump services.
Flowserve will provide four variable-speed drive barrel pumps constructed from super duplex stainless; two WIK (BB5) multi-stage double-case diffuser pumps supplying high-pressure deoxygenated water for well injection; and two HSO (BB5) multi-stage, double- case volute pumps to transport crude from the field to the KBB processing facility.
Additionally, the company will provide six WUC (VS6) vertical, double-case, multi-stage pumps, six Pleuger super duplex submersible pumps, and six HPX (OH2) single-stage API process pumps for various services.
All items will be equipped with Flowserve seals and sealing systems.
Shell awarded Technip and joint venture partner Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering an engineering, procurement, and construction contract for a TLP for the Malikai deepwater project.
The 26,000-metric ton (28,660-ton) drilling, production, and process platform will be installed in around 500 m (1,640 ft) of water. It will process up to 60,000 b/d of oil and 1.4 MMcm/d (49.4 MMcf/d) of gas.