Jusk oil terminal construction will be established through two EPC projects:
-EPC1: Construction of offshore and onshore facilities
-EPC2: Construction of port-centric logistics
The international oil terminal and offshore facilities for crude oil export in Jusk consists of onshore facilities, offshore pipelines, floating buoys and related structures along the shoreline of Oman Sea in Hormozgan district at 60 kilometers West of Jusk city. In an area of 60 hectares, crude oil and gas condensates will be transported to VLCC (Very Large Crude Carrier) ships at a distance of 6 kilometers from the shore.
Each project is planned for a duration of 20 months.
-Industrial buildings, control rooms and utilities
-Pig launching and receiving systems
-32 inch offshore pipelines of a total length of 47.6 kilometers
-SPM (Single Point Mooring) and PLEM (Pipeline End Manifold) systems at the distance of 6 to 9 kilometers from the shore
-Construction of breakwater and access road, jetty and required facilities for vessels’ mooring
-Construction of port buildings, maintenance sites, electrical substation, …
-Construction of pipelines for firefighting, potable water, contaminated oil and fuel
Project’s Production Objectives
-Export/Import of light and heavy crude oil and gas condensates at a design capacity of 11 thousand cubic meters per hour through offshore pipelines and SPM system.