Air-to-nitrogen station for TOTAL E&P commissioned in Congo

29 May 2017

Air-to-nitrogen station for TOTAL E&P commissioned in Congo

«Grasys» air-to-nitrogen station was commissioned in Central Africa, the Republic of Congo. The station generates 80 cubic meters of 97% pure nitrogen per hour and 50 cubic meters of instrument air. The equipment is employed in water purification at the oil/gas field belonging to the Company TOTAL E&P CONGO.

Total EP Congo is an operator of Moho-Bilondo field holding 53.5% share, jointly with Chevron Overseas Congo Ltd. (31.5%) and Société Nationale des Pétroles du Congo (15%). Moho-Bilondo is a cluster of oil fields in the Republic of Congo — discovered in 2000 and brought into production in April 2008. The cluster comprises several fields: Moho-South, Moho-North, Bilondo and Mobi-Marine.

Air-to-nitrogen station for TOTAL E&P commissioned in Congo

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