Pakistan GasPort LNG Terminal Project (Jetty)

 In MARINE ENGINEERING

Narrative description of Project: Pakistan LNG Terminals Limited appointed Pakistan Gasport Limited (Client); for the development of a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) regasification import facility near  Port Qasim southeast of Karachi, Pakistan. The objective of the Pakistan Gasport LNG Project is to establish an easy supply of high-pressure natural gas (NG) to Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) at the connection point. The supply will be provided through a Floating Storage and Re-gasification Unit (FSRU) docked at a jetty with unloading facilities.

The LNG regasification import facility will comprise the marine infrastructure and an LNG regasification vessel that will make available 750 mmcfd of regasified LNG (RLNG) per day to Pakistan. The Project is being developed to provide LNG supplies to private and public sector industrial and power generation consumers. The inland transmission of the RLNG will be made through the existing and future planned pipeline network of the SSGC. The facility is proposed to be located at Mazhar Point in Chara Creek adjacent to Port Qasim approach channel, southeast of Karachi, Pakistan.

Description of Actual Services provided by your staff within the assignment: Supervising construction of the jetty and dredging to ensure timely completion and commissioning of the Project in adherence and compliance with the approved design, specifications, and drawings. (The EPC work includes construction of the offshore jetty comprising of the berthing platform, mooring and breasting dolphins, piling work, walkways, cofferdam, control room and related offshore facilities, electro-mechanical equipment installation on the jetty, commissioning and testing, and dredging of the berthing basin, approach channel, and turning circle.)

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