OCP Slurry Pipeline project has been designed to deliver several grades of phosphates to Jorf Lasfar Terminal. Project location is between Korigba and Jorf Lasfar.
Project duration is 28 Months after Contract signature.
Phosphate grades and throughputs listed below are based on design data received
from OCP. The facilities are designed to handle a throughput of 30 Mt/y initially and
38 Mt/y in the future.
The project scope includes Detail Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC)
services to supply, install, and commission the facilities including all associated
Project consist of approximately 240 km of pipelines including the feeder lines , Doui Pump station, MEA Head Station, Halasaa pump Station and Jorf Terminal.
Feeder pipelines from each wash plant pump station will deliver sequential batches of each grade to segregated tanks at the head station at MEA. From the head station sequential phosphate batches will be pumped through the main pipeline into storage tanks at the terminal. One slurry grade will be supplied to the local acid plants and all slurry grades will be supplied for export purposes.
The pipeline scope consists generally of:
Head Station as summarized below;
- Slurry feeder pump stations and pipelines from the wash plants to the central pipeline
- Pipeline Head Station
- Main Slurry Pipeline from Head Station to Terminal
- Daoui Feeder Pipeline
- 2. MEA Low Grade Feeder Pipeline
- MEA High Grade Feeder Pipeline
- Halassa Feeder Pipeline
- Pipeline Terminal at Jorf Lasfar
- SCADA and Telecommunication Facilities
- Valve Stations
- Slurry Storage and Pump Stations
- Slurry feeder pipelines
- Fresh water pipeline