Cape of Good Hope – Design for the removal of Oil from Underground Caverns The Oil and Pipelines Agency tender closes 6th November

Cape of Good Hope (CoGH) site consists of two caverns (approx. 500,000m3 total volume) situated 1km from the main site. These two caverns contain around 2500-3000m3 of crude oil and are rented from a local company.

There is a requirement to remove the crude oil from CoGH and return the caverns back to the landlords to reduce the financial requirements of the OPA. Whilst CoGH is not a CoMAH establishment due to the volume of product stored, all standards, procedures and safety management processes are to reflect Relevant Good Practice.

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