Leading independent multi-discipline subsea engineering and training firm Jee has been awarded a contract in support of a $14,000M seven-year development.
The contract, in partnership with a major offshore pipelay and subsea construction company, is as a result of recent oil field operations in Canada.
Jee will fulfil the detailed design scope of the company’s engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contract for the subsea pipelines, as part of the offshore loading system (OLS) for the development.
Jee will provide engineering services, including detailed design and stress analysis on three 24-inch offshore loading lines, which will be installed in 90m of water, as part of a piggable loop.
The scope of work includes Jee engineers reviewing survey information to define and finalise multiple pipeline routes and reviewing all pipeline FEED documentation. In addition, the contract involves Jee executing operational stress analysis and pipeline walking analysis, as well as performing any necessary engineering for extra protection of the pipelines to mitigate damage or external disturbance.
Michael Green, business development manager at Jee said: "This contract is a direct result of Jee’s engineering capabilities, as well as the quality of our work. With a history of expertise in subsea design, we are looking forward to working on the project, as well as continuing to expand our subsea projects within this developing region."
For more information, please contact Jee.