EnP in Midstream
It is an innovative submarine hub in shallow water, interconnecting the maritime gas pipelines of the Brazilian states of Rio de Janeiro and Espírito Santo and allowing access to 6 different gas treatment units, existing and understudy, in the North of the State of Espírito Santo. Together, these plants currently have an available daily processing capacity of more than 20 million cubic meters.
The gas treated in these plants will be taken to major consumers and also delivered in transport pipelines, such as Gasene (large gas pipeline connecting the north to the south of Brazil). In addition, it will also enable gas delivery close to railways that can be used to transport gas in ISO LNG containers and then contribute to increasing the gas consumption in new market frontiers.
In addition, this hub will have strategic gas storage.
It is an undersea hub that will link gas discoveries in ultra-deep waters of the Sergipe-Alagoas Basin with a multi-client Gas Processing Plant of 20 million cubic meters daily in the Brazilian state Sergipe.
This Hub will allow the gas from the various discoveries in the region to be directed to a 24″ and 130 km extent pipeline, which will have the capacity to drain up to 20 million cubic meters of gas per day. Innovative solutions and the expertise of engineering companies will contribute to launching this pipeline through the region’s canyons.
This venture will contribute to accelerating the implementation of offshore E&P projects in the Brazilian Northeast, leveraging regional development.