Camisea gas pipeline

Camisea gas pipeline

Exploitation: The project begins in the area known as Camisea, in the Cusco jungle region, where the hydrocarbons are extracted to be processed in the Malvinas Separation Plant. In this plant, water and impurities are removed and in addition the dry natural gas (methane and ethane) is removed from the known natural gas liquids (NGL).

Transport: Both separated products begin their journey through a pipeline transport system – consisting in a pipeline for dry natural gas and other pipeline for natural gas liquids – until reaching the coast.

Natural Gas bound to domestic consumption is brought until Lima and Ica, where it can be used for residential, commercial, industrial, or vehicle fuel ends; as well as to electricity generation, the same that will be afterwards distributed nationwide throughout the existent Peruvian infrastructure.

Natural Gas Liquids are transported until reaching Ica, to the Lobería Fractionating Plant, where after being processed will allow to supply the local GLP markets and other products, besides being an important foreign currency income source when the natural gas liquids derivatives are exported.

Distribution: Finally, once in Lima, Callao and Ica, natural gas is distributed through the existing pipelines to industries, residencies, commerce’s, selling GNV establishments, and electricity generator plants.

Detailed engineering

GMI Ingenieros Consultores

Basic and detailed engineering of the Ayacucho section Camisea Pipeline.

Works executed for Compañía Operadora de Gas del Amazonas (Coga).

Source: GMI S.A. Ingenieros Consultores
Techint Engineering & Construction
2004
US$ 40K

Detailed engineering

Techint Engineering & Construction

Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC)

Cosapi Ingeniería y Construcción

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) for the laying of four subsea pipelines to transport propane, butane, naphtha and diesel from Pisco Fractionation Plant to the loading dock marina located 3.2 km offshore.

The service includes basic, detailed and field engineering service, equipment and material procurement, 20"x24" pipe-in-pipe fabrication, thermofusion welding for HDPE pipe flotation system, 3.2 km subsea excavation from the coast to the loading berth, land and sea technical support during launch operations

Source: Cosapi Ingeniería y Construcción
3.2Subsea excavation (Km)

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Snapshot

Capital Expenditure
US$ 5M

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