Sasol Petroleum Mozambique Limitada (Sasol) has obtained approval from the Mozambique Council of Ministers for the Production Sharing Agreement’s (PSA) Field Development Plan (FDP) that will see further hydrocarbon resources developed to support the economic growth of Mozambique.
At present, the Central Processing Facility (CPF) in Temane is supplied by 24 onshore production wells, 12 in the Temane Field and 12 in the Pande Field. Production at the CPF is currently around 197 Gigajoules of gas per annum and 250 m3per day of condensate of condensate (a low-density mixture of hydrocarbon liquids that are present as gaseous components).
Sasol is committed to the phased evaluation and development of additional oil and gas resources within its concession areas.
In 2014, detailed technical and environmental work on the PSA Development and Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG)Project was started, which involves the expansion of the CPF and the development of a new Liquids Processing Facility (LPF) adjacent to the CPF, in order to process additional PSA gas, condensate and light oil.
The proposed PSA Development and LPG Project will include a facility to produce LPG to replace much of the LPG currently imported at significant cost to Mozambique.
Due to uncertainty about the quantity of light oil that will be produced, Sasol wishes to license two transport options in order to provide flexibility in later planning once liquid volumes are confirmed:
1) Road transport; and
2) Pipeline / offshore storage.
Road transport will be undertaken if the volumes are relatively low. The second transport option suited to larger volumes is to pump the light oil via an onshore and offshore pipeline to an offshore Floating, Storage and Offloading unit (FSO), where it can be collected by shuttle tankers. It is also possible that road transportation would be preferred initially, followed by the pipeline / offshore storage option as volumes start to increase.
Information regarding the latter option, known as the Sasol Pipeline and FSO Project for the exportation of stabilised light oil, is provided here.
EIA for the Proposed Pipeline from the Temane Liquids Processing Facility to a Floating Storage, and Offloading Unit in Inhambane Province , Mozambique.pdf
Cover, sign off page, table of contents, abbreviations and glossary.pdf
Chapter 1 - Introduction.pdf
Chapter 2 - Project Description.pdf
Chapter 3 - Legal Framework and Best Practice Standards.pdf
Chapter 4 - The EIA Process.pdf
Chapter 5- Public Participation Process.pdf
Chapter 6 - Biophysical Environment.pdf
Chapter 7 - Socioeconomic Environment.pdf
Chapter 8 - Identification of Key Issues.pdf
Chapter 9 - ToR for the EIA.pdf
Chapter 10 - References.pdf
Avaliação de Impacto Ambiental do Projecto do Oleoduto desde a Unidade Central de Processamento em Temane até a Unidade Flutuante Marinha de Armazenamento & Escoamento na Província de Inhambane, em Moçambique.pdf
Cobrir, assinar fora da página,Índice, Abreviaturas e Glossário.pdf
Resumo Não Técnico.pdf
Capítulo 1 - Introdução .pdf
Capítulo 2 - Descrição do Projecto.pdf
Capítulo 3 - Quadro Legal e Padrões de Melhores Práticas.pdf
Capítulo 4 - O Processo da AIA .pdf
Capítulo 5 - O Processo de Participação Pública.pdf
Capítulo 6 - Descrição do Ambiente Biofísico Afectado.pdf
Capítulo 7 - Descrição do Ambiente Socioeconómico Afectado.pdf
Capítulo 8 - Identificação das Principais Questões.pdf
Capítulo 9 - Termos de Referência para os Estudos da AIA.pdf
Capítulo 10 - Referências Bibliográficas.pdf