MARTIN LINGE is a Norwegian off-shore project, developed by TOTAL E&P Norge acting as operator with Petoro and Statoil as partners. The location of the MARTIN LINGE field is in the North West part of the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) of the North Sea approximately 170 km west of Bergen. The MARTIN LINGE field contains gas, condensate and oil discoveries and is comprised of several faulted segmented gas accumulations in the mid-Jurassic Brent Group and an oil accumulation in Eocene aged Frigg formation.
TECHNIP and SHI in consortium will realize the Topside of MARTIN LINGE production plateform. The topsides are composed of a Utility model, a Process module made of 3 components, well bay, compression module and oil and gas processing area, a Flare module with his flare boom (called UPF Modules) and a 95 single-bed cabins Living Quarter module with a helideck. The maximum operating weight is 25,800 tonnes The topsides stands on an eight leg jacket in 114 m water depth. Power will be supplied through a 161 km long subsea cable from Kollsness onshore plant.
Design, engineering, procurement and contracting of six clean agent skids with cylinders, release valves, enclosure and instrumentation. Protecting 20 rooms. NORSOK and NFPA 2001 design and fabrication requirement.