The project engineering is being executed by Fluor and its joint venture partners from Fluor’s office in Farnborough, UK, with support from its engineering centers in Atyrau and Almaty, Kazakhstan; New Delhi, India; and Houston, as well as its integrated construction site in Tengiz. The FEED is complete now and detailed engineering is well underway. The project team is also engaged in long-lead procurement and early construction works for key project infrastructure at the Tengiz site in Kazakhstan.
Fluor-led joint venture is providing engineering, procurement and management services to TCO. To mitigate the extreme weather conditions in the field as well as its remote location a modularized approach was proposed to construction, providing access to a broader workforce and reduce the infrastructure needed at site.
Engineering is led from Fluor’s office in Farnborough, UK and is supported by JV offices in New Delhi, Atyrau, Almaty and Houston. Modules will be assembled in fabrication yards in Korea, Italy and Kazakhstan before being shipped to site via the Russian Inland Waterway System.