Projects

Projects

Early Production Facilities (EPF) for Community Engagement

Zallaf is intending to develop and construct its Early Production Facility (EPF) Plant in Block NC-200, which shall be fully designed and operated by Zallaf – and aligned with the requirements of the Libyan Regulators (EGA, DoA, NOC and Zallaf).

EPF processing train of 10,000 STBOD capacity consists of:
  • First stage separator.
  • Second stage separator (Degasser).
  • Electrostatic coalesce (Dehydrator).
  • 20 thousand barrels (wash/surge) tank with gas boot.
  • Booster and Export pumps.
  • Knock out drum and flare stack.
  • Water Evaporation pit.

Zallaf: Early Production Facilities (EPF) – (envisaged needs & design capture) With our in-depth understanding and production experience covering all of the individual processes required for processing upstream hydrocarbons, Zallaf Libya Oil & Gas Company is able to design and operate an Early Production Facilities (EPF) to suit its prospect and the kind of production it envisage (production: type and volume). Whether we need to deal with heavy or light liquids, sweet or sour gases, oily or sandy water, Zallaf Libya Oil & Gas Company – is seeking to design and operate a skid mounted package in its NC 200 Block and can leverage that experience to not only produce a bespoke Production Facility but – to really put the “Early” into “EPF” – Zallaf Libya Oil & Gas Company can turn out its plant design with record-breaking deliveries. Zallaf Libya Oil & Gas Company – would design to seek an EFP Systems that offers a range of technologies that will cover most of its EPF needs.

Zallaf – philosophy and commitment for the environment & community to this regard we are to:

  • Development an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), an Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) – as an appropriate Operational Management Plans for the NC200 Project of our intended Early Production Facility (EPF) Plant.  Also,
  • To conduct a baseline field surveys, which should include assessment of: archaeology, fauna and flora, geology, hydrogeology, air quality and socioeconomics. Complimented by;
  • Continuous engagement throughout the documentation development with the concerned Libyan Authorities such as: The Environmental General Authorities (EGA), the National Oil Corporation (NOC), the Department of Archaeology (DoA) and other relevant stakeholders such as:  consultations with recognized technical experts, universities, NGOs and community representatives.

The adjacent projects that coincide with the EFP Project are:

1- a new construction of a 100 km Pipeline,

2- a new construction of camp site,

3- wells work overs