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Quick Summary

  • Pisco, Peru (250km South of Lima)
  • Delivery system to offshore mooring berth
  • Export of LPG, Naphta and Diesel
  • Max Water Depth: 15m
  • Flat-Pack Bundle 3170m long
    • 2 x 20”/24” Pipe-in-pipe
    • 1 x 24” pipeline
    • 1 x 10 ¾”
    • 1 umbilical
  • Design Temperature: -52°C
  • U-value = 0.35 W/m²
  • Extreme earthquake Design:
  • In 2007, experienced magnitude 8 earthquake without damage
  • Off-bottom tow installation
  • 300 Tons Pull Winch
  • Engineering and Installation partners: Wood & Land and Marine
PIP Engineering & Supply Design, procurement, pre-fabrication and field construction support for Camisea Subsea Pipeline Loading System 2004

PIP Engineering & Supply

Design, procurement, pre-fabrication and field construction support for Camisea Subsea Pipeline Loading System.
2004

Jetty-less

The conventional trestle originally proposed for this project was the victim of local objections. These objections were based on the high visibility of such lines and concern that a trestle would interfere with fishing boat routes. The trestle was also subject to a risk of collision over the anticipated 35-year project life and was higher in cost than the subsea option.

Limited Boil-Off

While the system is designed to continuously circulate product through the cryogenic lines to keep them cold, the system’s thermal performance resulted in such a low boil-off rate that the pipelines can be shut-in between shipments for longer than a week and still maintain operating temperatures.

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