Larsen and Toubro have bagged Rs 1013-crore order from ONGC for four well platforms in Phase II of the Mumbai High North re-development project. The Mumbai High field has been in production since 1974 and ONGC is in the process of augmenting production through the latest hydrocarbon lift techniques and improved reservoir recovery. Each of the platforms will have 12 slots with remote well testing and monitoring facilities from the process complex.
L&T will be responsible for complete engineering, procurement, fabrication and installation of the platforms with total in-house capabilities. The project involves 23,000 tonnes of jackets and topsides equipped with wind turbine and hybrid power systems, besides advanced facilities. L&T will carry out engineering at its wholly owned subsidiary L&T Valdel at Bangalore, Chennai and Faridabad. The fabrication work will be done at Hazira, near Surat, and at Sohar in Oman.