The Tataouine Gas Project (TGP) was developed by ETAP starting in 2018. The project is intended to recover associated and non-associated gas reserves from existing concessions in Southern Tunisia.
AEI scope included the provision of engineering support services for the three parts of the development project. AEI undertook Conceptual Engineering, moving through FEED into Detail Design (for all disciplines; Process, Mechanical, Civil, Control & Instrumentation and Electrical), preparation of construction (Specifications, drawings…) and procurement documents for all development project parts, materials, equipment and systems.
STORM VENTURE lnlt. developed a new oil concession located onshore southern east of Tunisia. The development project is divided into three parts:
Early Production Facilities: Oil and gas fed from wells through pig traps and a manifold will be separated into oil, gas and water using the inlet separator. Oil and Water will be stored in bolted tanks. Gas will be flared. Oil is exported using trucking to other facilities.
Gathering System: It represents flowlines that connect production wells to EPF inlet manifold.
Oil Export Pipeline: It's a 150 Km pipeline that will serve to export oil from Bir BenTartar Field to SP4 Pumping Station.
Eni Tunisia BV intended to construct onshore gas processing facilities as part of MAAMOURA & BARAKA offshore fields development Project.
Hydrocarbon gas and liquids are brought onshore via two subsea pipelines and get treated at an onshore gas processing facility at MAAMOURA Point. Liquids (condensate and LPG) will be separated, processed and stored. Gas exported via a Branch line to the National Gas Network.
TAV Tunisia, SA. in charge of the operating of "International Airport Enfidha" has installed a Tri-generation System for the generation of Electrical Power, Chilled Water and Hot Water.
PARENIN was the EPC for this Installation Project. and the Engineering was sub-contracted to Alpha Engineering.
The system is composed of:
Produced electricity is either consumed or sold to the National Grid. The hot and chilled water are used for air conditioning and sanitary needs of the Airport.