Reference Project – Energy Offshore

Oil & Gas – Exploration & Production Facilities
Prinos / Epsilon Field Development – Greece

Project Facts

Kavala Oil S.A.

Project Location
Aegean Sea, Greece

IMPaC’s Services
25,000 hours

20 million USD

04/2003 – 06/2004

IMPaC’s Scope
Project management
Integrated Field Development Plan
Basic & detail design
Construction & installation management

Project Characteristics

The Prinos/Epsilon offshore facilities comprise of

  • Existing Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta platforms (oil)
  • Existing Subsea storage tank
  • Existing Kappa platform (gas)
  • New Epsilon platform (satellite oil field)

The associated 8" subsea gas pipeline and 2" pipeline for glycol injection between the platform and the onshore facilities run through a distance of 3.8 km and export oil and gas to the onshore Sigma plant. For storage of subsea oil surge a settlement tank with capacity of 270 m³ has been installed.

IMPaC has prepared an integrated field development plan and basic design for the Epsilon satellite oil field platform in 51.4 m water depths and for associated pipelines & umbilical.
As prime contractor for the subsea tank IMPaC provided basic & detail engineering, procurement, construction/installation management and commissioning services.

The Epsilon Field is located in an active earthquake zone. The high content of sulphur and asphaltene presented an additional challenge for the field development plan.