Oil & Gas
Reference: Oil & Gas
Total Indonesia (Indonesia)
Renovation of the electrical equipment at the Senipah oil handling terminal in Kalimantan
I. CUSTOMER ENVIRONMENT / PROJECT CONTEXT
Total is the leading French investor and the third overseas oil operator in Indonesia. Present since 1968, it holds 50% of the production-sharing contract for the Mahakam license signed with the national Indonesian company Pertamina, which groups several sites including Senipah.
Customer objective and constraints:
Renovate the electrical equipment at the Senipah site, located on the East coast of Kalimantan, in order to increase its operational service life by 10 years.
II. SOLUTION IMPLEMENTATION
Implementation methodology (main phases):
Renovation was carried out without any modification to civil engineering or to switchboard MV/LV cable connections while also limiting downtime to the strict minimum.
For Projects & Engineering Centre: 6 months
Solution overview (services, products, systems, architectures...):
As part of this project, Total Indonesia has entrusted Schneider Electric with the renovation of MV and LV equipment.
III. RESULTS / ACHIEVEMENT
The substitution solutions limit investments and reduce maintenance costs. They are more economic than a new installation.
Renovation was carried out without any modification of civil engineering or to switchboard MV/LV cable connections while also limiting downtime to the strict minimum.
IV. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Following the creation of a new substation for the industrial gas treatment and compression site of Peciko in 1999, Schneider Electric has once again been contacted for renovation of the Senipah site.
Solution breakdownMain services:
Replacement of 28 MV circuit-breakers installed in Belledonne cubicles:
Replacement of 21 LV circuit-breakers in T12 switchboard:
Replacement of 208 LV drawers in T12 switchboard:
Replacement of CEE relays by Sepam relays.