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JAD CATERING SERVICES LIMITED is a leading Catering & Camp Management Services Company; since incorporation JCSL was & still rendering her services successfully to the Major Oil & Gas Companies with the highest hospitality, safety & hygiene standards.

GAS To Liquid Project – Escravos

Main Contractor: Southern Gas Constructors Ltd (A KBR & Saipem Joint Venture)
Owner: CHEVRON NIGERIA LIMITED

Escravos Gas to Liquid Project is based in the Escravos region, Delta State, Nigeria. It is located about 300 km southeast of Lagos. The plant, once mounted, will receive gas from Chevron-Operated Escravos Gas Plant EGP. The plant is made to convert natural gas into liquid petroleum product.

The GTL plant is expected to cost US$8.4 billion and to become operational by September 2013. Its initial capacity will be 34,000 barrels per day (5,400 m3/d) of fuel, diesel. Within ten years the capacity would expand to 120,000 barrels per day (19,000m3/d).

JAD Group has mobilized to the “Gas to Liquid Project” at Escravos in May 2006, and since then it is rendering its services successfully and in the highest standards of quality and safety.

JAD Group’s scope of work for the EGTL project is the following:

  • Be provision of marine logistics to support the camp critical services, which require the movement of 120 x 20 ft. containers in-out the project on weekly basis.
  • Support de-inventory process with all required marine and heavy lift equipment to demobilize and estimate of 3000 containers/160,000 Tons from the project.
  • Provision of houseboats at different project stages to accommodate 500 - 1200 persons.
  • Provide catering & camp management services for almost 6500 Residents.
  • The project’s facility management, which includes operating, servicing an maintaining 60 Diesel and Gas driven generators (Each of 1.5-3.0 Mega Watt generator set), operation and management of light and heavy equipment workshops, maintenance of water treatment and waste water treatment plants as well as the industrial HVAC units.
  • Provide heavy-lift equipment (60 Tons to 300 Tons) to support the construction Site of the project.
  • Management of EGTL jetties and wharfs.