The Vyngapurovskoye field in the Purovsky District of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is one of the largest fields of Gazpromneft.
The substation installed by SVEL Group specialists performs the function of a remote switch with commercial metering of energy consumption for the field networks.
The project is located in the Far North zone, its implementation took place in difficult conditions. The installation of the substation had to be carried out taking into account the unstable soil - sandstones with interlayers of clay, which are typical for the Far North. In addition, climatic conditions were taken into account - the equipment operating at the substation had to withstand severe frosts.
To install the substation, SVEL Group specialists installed a block-modular building, which is a group of interconnected block-modules assembled on a single structure, which eliminates the mobility of the building. Taking into account the temperature conditions for the block modules, a frame structure with insulated walls, floor and ceiling was used.
Block-modular buildings SVEL are suitable for operation in conditions of low temperatures, which is important for Yamal. So, the lower limit value of the operating ambient temperature is minus 60 ° C.
SVEL has applied several individual solutions for the facility. Thus, we have replaced the design of a rigid busbar for open switchgear, having proved the feasibility of using a flexible busbar, which reduces the number of controlled elements to be pulled. Saving on materials for the customer. This option facilitated the installation and shortened the commissioning time for the entire substation.
Also, SVEL specialists have implemented several solutions to protect the operating personnel at the facility. For the transformers located on the landing next to the BMZ, specially designed protective covers were created.
A number of solutions were proposed to optimize the cable management, which allowed the customer to save money.
SVEL selected and installed an electronics kit: a telemechanics cabinet, a line fault location cabinet - unique equipment that calculates the fault location and turns it off.
Also, at the request of the customer, SVEL supplied a set of personal protective equipment to the facility, installed fences and organized lighting for the site using energy-efficient LED lamps.