Farningham to Hadlow 1220 mm diameter, 22 km gas transmission pipeline

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This project was to construct and operate a new natural gas pipeline to reinforce the existing network in the South East of England. The new pipeline was to be installed between an extension to the existing Above Ground Installation (AGI) at Farningham and the existing AGI at Hadlow. The pipeline will be 1219 mm diameter welded steel and have a design pressure of 66 barg and is approximately 22 kilometres in length.

The works also comprises of the following:

  • Installation of a Cathodic Protection system
  • Removal of the existing Pig Trap and pipework at Hadlow, transportation to Farningham and re-erection
  • All associated civil, mechanical, Cathodic Protection requirements at the AGI’s
  • Tying in, after testing and drying, to the existing pipeline at Hadlow

Long O Donnell Associates was commissioned through the Project Services framework with Southern Gas Networks plc. on a sole award basis for the provision of full Project Support Services including Quantity Surveying and Cost Engineering Services, CDM Co-ordination Services, Health and Safety Services, Risk Management, Programme Management and QA/QC Inspection Services to support Southern Gas Networks plc. to deliver the Farningham to Hadlow pipeline project at various stages throughout the project.

 

Client

Scotia Gas Networks

Project Value

£40M

Project Duration

24 months

Services Provided

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Farningham to Hadlow 1220 mm diameter, 22 km gas transmission pipeline,

This project was to construct and operate a new natural gas pipeline to reinforce the existing network in the South East of England. The new pipeline was to be installed between an extension to the…