Tanks (Floating and fixed Roofs) Revamp Works and New Builds

Tanks, both floating roof and fixed roof designs, are important components in the oil and gas industry for the storage of various liquids, such as crude oil, petroleum products, and chemicals. Our Revamp works and new builds involve modifications, upgrades, and the construction of these storage facilities. Let’s explore these aspects in more detail:

  1. Tank Revamp Works: Tank revamp works refer to the modifications and upgrades made to existing tanks to enhance their safety, efficiency, and reliability. These revamp works can include:
    • Repairing or replacing the tank’s internal or external components, such as the roof, shell, bottom, and foundations.
    • Installing or upgrading safety features, including fire protection systems, leak detection systems, and corrosion protection measures.
    • Implementing environmental controls, such as vapour recovery systems and emissions reduction technologies.
    • Enhancing the insulation or heating systems to maintain proper temperature control.
    • Upgrading instrumentation and automation systems for better monitoring and control of tank operations.

    Tank revamp works are crucial for maintaining the integrity and performance of storage facilities, complying with industry standards and regulations, and extending the service life of the tanks.

  2. New Builds: New builds involve the construction of tanks from scratch. This process includes designing, engineering, and building tanks according to specific project requirements and industry standards. New tank builds typically involve the following steps:
    • Design and engineering: This phase involves developing the tank’s specifications, selecting the appropriate materials, and ensuring compliance with safety, environmental, and structural requirements.
    • Fabrication and construction: The tank components are fabricated, including the shell, roof, and bottom, and then assembled on-site. Construction activities also include the installation of ancillary systems, such as piping, valves, and instrumentation.
    • Testing and commissioning: Once the tank construction is completed, it undergoes thorough testing to ensure its integrity and proper functioning. This includes tests for leakage, pressure, and structural integrity. After successful testing, the tank is commissioned and ready for use.

    New tank builds require close collaboration between various stakeholders, such as tank manufacturers, engineering firms, construction contractors, and regulatory authorities, to ensure compliance with safety standards, environmental regulations, and project specifications.