Oil & Gas

SNC-Lavalin’s Oil & Gas business unit is recognized worldwide for its ability to carry out a broad range of projects under a variety of challenging conditions. Regardless of a project’s size or complexity, SNC-Lavalin will execute with a results-oriented and flexible approach, ensuring a successful outcome for the client.  Since the mid-1970s, SNC-Lavalin has demonstrated its depth and variety of expertise in the oil & gas sector time and again, successfully completing over 1,000 major projects worldwide.  One of the reasons for SNC-Lavalin’s success is its ability to provide clients with comprehensive services ranging from feasibility studies, process engineering and execution of complete front-end engineering packages, to the detailed execution of projects on an EPCM or EPC package basis. SNC-Lavalin is a single source solution.  A considerable pool of in-house technical personnel and expertise, combined with an extensive network of demonstrated suppliers and contractors gives SNC-Lavalin the ability to meet specific client requirements quickly, reliably and competitively. SNC-Lavalin can also offer and arrange financing in support of projects worldwide.

Expertise

  • Bitumen Extraction and Production
  • Chemicals
  • Fertilizers
  • Gas Processing
  • Heavy and Conventional Oil Production
  • Offshore Oil and Gas
  • Petrochemicals
  • Pipelines, Terminals and Pump Stations
  • Refining and Upgrading
Projects Contacts

Saih Nihayda Gas Plant

The plant has a capacity of 20 million cubic metres of gas a day. Construction was completed in less than three years with an exemplary safety record. Client: Petroleum Development Oman L.L.C.

Country : Oman

Main Station and Clusters

The main station is capable of processing 210,000 barrels/day of heavy crude oil from the Orinoco belt. The upstream surface facilities consist of 32 clusters, main station, electric power supply from on site generation and other associated utilities. The 32 wellsite clusters include associated equipment to move product from 280 wells to the gathering lines transporting product to the main station. Client: Sincor C.A.

Country : Venezuela

Hibernia Oil Platform

The Hibernia field was discovered in 1979 and lies 315 km east south-east of St. John's, Newfoundland, in a depth of 80 m of water. The platform is comprised of a concrete gravity base structure with storage for 1.3 million barrels, 83 wells, a crude oil loading system, subsea installations, and topsides for the drilling, production, processing and shipment of 110,000 barrels/day of crude oil for a period of 18 years. The Hibernia Management Development Corporation (Chevron, Mobil, Gulf, and Petro Canada) awarded a US$313 million contract to Newfoundland Offshore Contractors (NOC) to Engineer and Procure equipment for the Topsides; SNC-Lavalin was the major participant of NOC. Client: HIBERNIA P Ltd. Company Development and Management

Country : Canada

Saih Nihayda Gas Plant

The plant has a capacity of 20 million cubic metres of gas a day. Construction was completed in less than three years with an exemplary safety record. Client: Petroleum Development Oman L.L.C.

Main Station and Clusters

The main station is capable of processing 210,000 barrels/day of heavy crude oil from the Orinoco belt. The upstream surface facilities consist of 32 clusters, main station, electric power supply from on site generation and other associated utilities. The 32 wellsite clusters include associated equipment to move product from 280 wells to the gathering lines transporting product to the main station. Client: Sincor C.A.

Hibernia Oil Platform

The Hibernia field was discovered in 1979 and lies 315 km east south-east of St. John's, Newfoundland, in a depth of 80 m of water. The platform is comprised of a concrete gravity base structure with storage for 1.3 million barrels, 83 wells, a crude oil loading system, subsea installations, and topsides for the drilling, production, processing and shipment of 110,000 barrels/day of crude oil for a period of 18 years. The Hibernia Management Development Corporation (Chevron, Mobil, Gulf, and Petro Canada) awarded a US$313 million contract to Newfoundland Offshore Contractors (NOC) to Engineer and Procure equipment for the Topsides; SNC-Lavalin was the major participant of NOC. Client: HIBERNIA P Ltd. Company Development and Management