The ACG Onshore Terminal Project involves development of Azeri, Chirag and Guneshli oil fields in the Caspian Sea with a daily production of 1.000.000 bbls and transfer of the crude oil to marine terminals. The project scheme includes construction of several drilling and production platforms, one compression & water injection platform (C&WP), subsea gas and oil pipelines, onshore gas and oil pipelines, oil and gas processing plants at onshore terminal.
The investment program is within the BTC (Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan) scheme targeting the flow of Caspian crude oil to the Mediterranean Terminal of Ceyhan in Turkey.
The ACG Field Development project is completed in three phases.
The Onshore Terminal is located at Sangachal, where the Early Oil Production facilities were constructed by Tekfen-Azfen J.V. in ‘96-‘97.
The works are executed under two separate contracts;
1- Preliminary civil works with a contract value of US$ 7.800.000,
2- Main construction works covering the following packages:
- Terminal Main Construction Works, which includes all construction works required for oil and gas processing including off-spec tanks,
- Onshore Pipelines between the shore and the Terminal,
- BTC Head Pump Station for oil export,
- Dew Point Control Unit for gas treatment prior to delivery for domestic use,
The camp and office accommodation, storage and fabrication facilities, permanent buildings within terminal, tanks and pipelines were executed on EPC basis. Civil, structural steel, insulation and paint materials for main construction works are procured by Tekfen.