Offshore Loading System Contracting Strategy (OLS)

Illustration of the Offshore Loading System Contracting Strategy (OLS) The Offshore Loading System (OLS) will be used to receive processed crude from the GBS storage tanks to the dedicated shuttle tankers. The two major components of the OLS system is six (6) kilometres subsea loop of 24" diameter pipeline and two subsea loading systems. The subsea loading systems are both about 2 kilometres from the GBS and from each other.

The Expression of Interest for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of the Hebron OLS was posted on July 6, 2012 and includes three main scopes of work. Scope A involves the engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of three (3) sections of pipeline totaling 5.85km. Scope B involves EPC of two (2) identical subsea offshore loading systems. Scope C involves EPCI of spools and installation of the subsea equipment.

For more information on the OLS contracting strategy, please see the detailed EOI posting.