The Kizomba A Project offshore Angola will develop reserves of the Hungo and Chocalho discoveries located in approximately 3300-4,200 feet water depth.
Leveraging its expertise in asset management consulting, engineering and services, Emerson will be the Main Instrument and Controls Contractor (MICC) for the first planned Esso Angola Block 15 offshore oil project. Under the Main Instrumentation and Controls Contract process, total instrumentation and control responsibility is assigned to a single solutions provider, an approach that delivers high-quality automation solutions in minimum time and with uniform standards.
Emerson will lead control and safety system detailed design, engineering services, procurement, integration, testing, startup and commissioning. Emerson will integrate an array of its field devices and those from other suppliers.
"We know Esso as a global, advanced company with operations that demand the best combination of project management and engineering plus technology, and we are truly delighted to be awarded this project," said John Berra, executive vice president of Emerson with responsibility for the process management business. "This project enables us to demonstrate the full services capabilities of our organization, and to also implement our vision of an information-rich operation based on our open, standards-based PlantWeb architecture."
Emerson experts will integrate key elements of the Kizomba Project development that include:
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