World-scale project in a remote and demanding location
- KBR and its partners were awarded the EPC contract, which included the delivery of the process plant, offsite/utilities, product storage and offloading, camp, and jetty.
- Due to its remote location, a majority of the facility was prefabricated, transported and erected as modules.
- There are more than 130 modules, including 12 process modules, 14 pipe rack modules, 39 air separation unit (ASU) modules and nearly 70 various process skids.
- The largest module is over 2,600 tons and approximately 22 m x 29 m x 32 m.
- The two largest vessels are each nearly 2,100 tons and 60 m high with a 12 m2 footprint.
- At its peak production, Escravos GTL produces 34,000 barrels per day of premium grade, environmentally friendly diesel (80 percent) and naphtha products, plus a small amount of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) for export.
- Escravos GTL was KBR’s first EPC award for a GTL facility.
- The project exemplifies KBR’s proven ability to deliver complex projects in logistically challenging areas.
- The facility provides significant environmental benefits by converting natural gas to produce ultra-clean GTL diesel.