In alliance with NOV Fiberglass Systems, BOG completed the training of locals and foreigners who were deployed to carry out Glassfibre Re-inforced Epoxy (GRE) pipe activities onboard the Egina Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. The training, which started in January 2018, was held at the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL).
BOG supplied two Composite Pipe Systems (CPS) trainers on a monthly rotational basis (from January 2018) to ensure the exercise went seamlessly.
The Egina FPSO vessel sailed away to its mooring site – OML 130 – approximately 200 kilometres offshore Port Harcourt, Rivers State. It has a capacity to produce 200,000 barrels of oil per day and stores 2.3 million barrels of crude oil.
NOV Fiberglass is BOG’s technical partner on Composite Pipe Systems (CPS). They are a renowned manufacturer of non-corrosive composite pipes that come in rigid and flexible/spoolable options. With headquarters in Houston, Texas, the United States of America (USA), NOV has presence in different parts of the world.
BOG has proven to be capable and committed to fully meeting the customer’s requirements with a full range of products, technical experts, designs, logistics support and in-service performance.
Flipping of torqued 72-inch Glassfibre Re-inforced Epoxy (GRE) Cassion Line
Lifting and aligning the 72-inch Cassion Glassfibre Re-inforced Epoxy (GRE) lines overboard the Egina Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO)