Goliat is located 85 kilometers northwest of Hammerfest, and is the first oil field to be developed in the Norwegian sector of the Barents Sea.
The licensees are Eni Norge AS (operator, 65%) and Statoil Petroleum AS (35%). The field is expected to be in production for at least 15 years.
The electrification of the Goliat FPSO will be based on electricity supplied from shore from the regional grid in Hammerfest via a 90-132 kV subsea power cable rated for minimum 60 MW, combined with a gas turbine-driven generator on the Goliat FPSO. Electrification from shore is planned to be completed by Q4 2013 at Goliat FPSO start up.
- Define scope of work for the EPCI Onshore contract
- Technical specifications for EPCI contract and tender drawings for
−HV transformer and HV switchgear
−Static Voltage Converters (SVCs) for stabilizing the regional grid in Hammerfest
−Auxiliary supply, control, and communication equipment
−HV underground cables
−132 kV wooden pole single circuit lines
−Tearing down existing 66kV and 22 kVlines
−Architectural design of the substation building
−Cable splicing bunker witharrangements
−Roads, trenches and culverts
−Development plan for roads and trenches
- I TT documents for EPCI contracting of the plant and specified equipment
- Cost estimation of the EPCI Onshore contract
- ROS analysis
- Company support in the authority approval process
- Criteria for tender evaluation and scoring matrix
- Support on tender evaluation
- Site representative during project execution