OIL & GAS ENGINEERING SERVICES

"Where oil is first found is in the minds of men." Wallace Pratt

Our Oil and Gas Business unit continues to grow as we tackle challenging projects for our diverse clientele and prioritse timely delivery, efficiency and quality. 


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EAST AFRICAN CRUDE OIL PIPELINE (EACOP)

NEWPLAN is contractor to TOTAL E&P for the RAP, planning & implementation for the Uganda section of the pipeline.

Some project facts: 

  • At 1,443km, this is the longest crude oil export pipeline in the world.
  • It spans from Kabaale – Hoima in Uganda to the Chongoleani peninsula near Tanga port in Tanzania.
  • Due to the viscous and waxy nature of Uganda’s crude oil, the pipeline will need to be heated along the entire route, making it the longest electrically heated pipeline in the world.
  • The pipeline will be buried to minimize impact on the environment, with some facilities above the ground, designed to ensure minimal environmental and social impact.

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TILENGA PROJECT

NEWPLAN was a subcontractor to CBI and FLOUR on the Environmental aspects of the project FEED Phase 2

Some project facts:

  • The Tilenga project lies at the northern end of Lake Albert in Nwoya district and is part of Exploration Area 2 in Buliisa district.
  • Tilenga includes eight oil fields, and will feature about 419 oil wells at full production.

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KINGFISHER GAS TO POWER PLANT

NEWPLAN was Advisor to TOTAL & CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) on Gas to Power Permitting and Licensing.

Some project facts: 

  • It is located in the Albertine Basin in western Uganda.
  • The field is approximately 15 km long by 3.0 km wide
  • Kingfisher development will consist of the wells, flowlines, central processing facility (CPF) and supporting infrastructure, and the the feeder pipeline. 

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NILE CROSSING BY BARGE AND BRIDGE

NEWPLAN was the contractor for Total E&P for the Feasibility Study of the Nile crossing options of the bridge and barge. 

Some project facts:

  • The rankings for the options were based on selected technology and related safety aspects, environmental impact, social impact, material, mode of operation, CAPEX and OPEX where applicable.
  • A detailed comparison was provided between recommended options of the bridge and barge and the recommendations made for the most appropriate with technical, safety, social, environmental, cost and durability justifications.