Sunrise Energy Project
Fort McMurray, Alberta
The Sunrise field is estimated to hold 3.7 billion barrels of bitumen including 0.36 billion barrels of proved, 2.48 billion barrels of probable and 0.86 billion barrels of possible reserves. Kiewit supported the front-end engineering design of Husky Energy’s 120,000-barrel-per-day steam-assisted gravity drainage plant that produces oil from the Sunrise field. Kiewit co-located with the designer to provide constructability reviews, estimates, construction execution plans, a labor plan and camp accommodation recommendations.
When the plant advanced to the construction phase, Kiewit affiliate, Ganotec, fabricated and assembled 10 piperack modules and two electrical modules in their Edmonton yard. The scope of work included structural steel erection, pipe fabrication and installation, pressure testing of piping, installation of cable tray and electric heat tracing.
Performed over 150,000 manhours with zero recordables.