Sagar Samrat (O&M)

OCS Services has secured an O&M contract with ONGC for Sagar Samrat production platform. The commissioning of the unit is expected soon and the contract is for a duration of 6 years with provision of extension for additional 2 years.

Sagar Samrat was a jack-up drilling rig which was converted to a Mobile Offshore Production Unit (MOPU). The requirement of MOPU was to develop WO-16 cluster field located in Mumbai High field, 140-145 km west of Mumbai. The platform will be located adjacent to the ONGC’s existing WO-16 well head platform (WHP) in 76m of water depth. The MOPU is designed to handle a total 20,000 BOPD with maximum export gas 2.36 mmscmd.

Scope of Work

Operation & Maintenance

  • Operate & Maintain the facility with expected efficiency & effectiveness
  • Adherence to management systems
    • QHSSE
    • Asset Integrity
    • Maintenance
    • Inventory
  • Ensure adherence to the contractual requirement in terms of product/ byproduct quality (Oil/ Gas/ Produced Water)
  • Develop Inventory Management Philosophy and modify CMMS accordingly

Turnaround Management

  • Devise turnaround duration and plan the activities
  • Sharing of the plan with the client to include client specific activities
  • Execute and complete the turnaround and submit the closure report

Back Office Support

  • Technical support to offshore O&M
  • Development of onshore team
  • Timely intimation to client for procurement of relevant spares & services
  • Reporting structure and communication protocol development as per the Client requirement

OCS Services will be handling the following units on Sagar Samrat and will be supporting ONGC for tentative future expansion

Present Operating Equipment on-board

  • Oil and Water separation system
  • Power Generation Units
  • Gas Dehydration Unit
  • Gas Compression Units
  • ATF browser and accessories

Future (Ramp-up provisions)

  • Produced Water Treatment package
  • Water Injection System
  • Heating Medium System (Hot Oil System)
  • Pre-heat exchangers