Onshore Maintenance & Construction Services
Fabrication of boatlandings, flowlines and manifolds,
and a wide range of other repair components
In Nigeria, Seaweld Engineering historically made a variety of oil and gas related components ranging from simple structural fabrications to complex pipework systems. Some of this work was done at the Qua Iboe Terminal fabrication yard and some at the Ibeno fabrication yard. We had the capacity to build structures and multi-diciplined process skids up to 40 Tonnes in weight. Process packages as well as structures were built in sections of up to 40 Tonnes for final assembly into a larger module on site. Seaweld Engineering also carried out a number of EPS contracts such as the design and construction of a smokeless flare for MPN.
Seaweld Engineering has significant experience of maintaining onshore oil and gas related equipment, including total responsibility for the maintenance of ExxonMobil’s Qua Iboe Terminal. The scope of work included pipework and valves, tanks, structures, engines, generators as well as cranes and forklifts.
Blasting and Painting
Seaweld Engineering carries out blasting painting both on and offshore. In Equatorial Guinea, blasting and painting is carried out offshore in a covered area on the Offshore Base.
At Seaweld’s Malabo yard the blast and paint shops consist of:
||Container supported roofs, front and back walls closed with canvas
||Separated grit blasting shops for carbon and stainless steel
||Easy access by large entrance and hard core surface
||Dimensions +/- 30 metres x 12 metres x 6 metres
Seaweld can provide advice on setting up operations in Equatorial Guinea, associated costs, Labour and tax laws, Logistical / Personnel 'meet/greet' services.
Malabo Construction Yard
Welding & Fabrication
Onshore Sample Contracts
MPN Smokeless Flare, Nigeria
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