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Xodus hired for BGTT Feed study
International energy consultancy Xodus Group yesterday announced that it has been hired to conduct a £2 million Front End Engineering Design (Feed) study for BGTT’s Dolphin field, offshore Trinidad.
The contract, which launched in February and will be completed later this year, involves a produced water systems upgrade. In a media release, the company said it has experience of delivering projects in T&T, and recently signed a global master service agreement with BG, separate to the Dolphin Feed study, to further support the organisation through its full capability of services.
The company will analyse the technologies needed to address the challenges the field is facing in dealing with increased volumes of produced water. This is expected to increase from 100 barrels of produced water per day to 12,000 per day within the next few years. The team will also be involved in the procurement of the recommended systems.
The project is being led by teams in Aberdeen and Glasgow, Scotland, with expert support from Steven Tulloch in Orkney, a produced water treatment specialist who joined Xodus last year as principal process consultant in the environmental team, and environmental input from London and Houston.
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