CCS JV’s project is a two-train (nominal 6.44 MTPA per train) LNG facility using APCI liquefaction technology. As part of this, it has selected SA Fire to fabricate remote controlled fire monitor systems and deluge valves for LNG/condensate jetty platforms.
These fire protection systems will be installed to protect the manifold areas, both on the ship and on the jetty, and the full length of the loading arms for LNG.
SA Fire will design and produce the electro-hydraulic monitors and deluge valves in its state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in San Pier Niceto, Italy. The remote-controlled monitors will be operated via a redundant fibre optic and PLC-based control system, which is also part of the SA Fire package. This will be designed and manufactured at SA Fire’s plant in Cascina, Italy.
The LNG facility, (one of the largest investments in the energy sector), will be built at a remote coastal location in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province and is expected to be in commercial operation by 2024.
The FEED stream is designed to feed the LNG plant, which will include gas/liquid separation, gas treatment (removal of acid gas, dehydration and mercury) and heavy component (C5+) removal, followed by gas liquefaction, storage and export.
CCS JV is an experienced and established joint venture between McDermott, Saipem and Chiyoda. The joint venture has completed 29 FEED Projects, 24 EPC projects and produced 150 million tons of LNG. This represents 40 percent of the world’s LNG production projects.
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