Melut Basin Oilfield Development Project, Sudan
|PACKAGE :||Construction of 6 Nos. Pumping Facility|
|YEAR :||2004 to 2006|
|SCOPE OF WORK :||Door to port logistics arrangement from various countries of origin involving partcharter of vessels and air-charter of Antonov 124 flight.|
|TOTAL NUMBER OF SHIPMENTS :||160|
|TOTAL SHIPPING VOLUME :||Approximately 15,000 cbm.|
Melut Basin is an integrated project covering oil production in the fields until its export from the Peace Port at the cost of 1.7 billion dollars. The project produces about 200,000 barrels per day yet it is expected to increase to 500,000 barrels per day.
Part of the oil-gathering infrastructure in the existing processing facility
In 2005, Bentini NF Energy, a joint-venture company between Bentini of Italy and the Malaysian based Nam Fatt Corporation, an EPC contractor was awarded a contract to build six pumping facilities for Melut Basin Development Project in Blocks 3 and 7 in Upper Nile and White Nile states.
Nam Fatt Energy awarded the freight and logistics portion to CNC Freight Services where a total of approximaltey 300 FEUs of Shippers Owned General Purpose and Open-Top containers were supplied by CNC Freight Services and utilized for shipment of the materials from Malaysia to Sudan.
Packing of Construction Steel in Open Top containers at Port Klang.
Picture of Truck Cranes being loaded at Port Klang.
About 20 units of Light Construction equipment were shipped by part-charter vessel to Port Sudan during the mobilization stage.
In addition CNC Freight Services arranged 2 air-charters of Antonov 124 from Shanghai to Sudan for urgent oilwell equipment relating to this project.
Antonov 124 unloading cargoes at Khartoum airport.