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Safe execution and completion of complex rigging and lifting activities to remove and reinstate new valve.
100% completion by a Massy Wood core team within a shutdown window where the facility and other NUIs were taken offline.
Opportune works liquidated due to the completion of planned scopes ahead of schedule.
All activities were integrated with Atlantic’s Train 4 TAR; no LTIs recorded.
Destruct and removal of 27Te Fin Fan heat exchanger on Eastern Stab Rack
Replacement of Fin Fan Cooler
Piping re-instatement and leak testing
Structural punch list
Planned: 7 months | TTD 19M
Actual: 4 months | TTD 13M – Cost Savings: TTD 5M
Alternative strategy of scaffolding erection (inboard) proposed to introduce encapsulation of work area and wet abrasive blasting during the night.
Facility remained operational during the scope with no isolation of piping during execution.
Excellent communication between Massy Wood and operations with no LTI’s experienced during execution.
100% execution of fabric maintenance scope by Massy Wood DSM
100% utilization of multi-skilled team
Identification and resolve of issues bearing potential risk to the structure’s integrity.
First Gas achieved – July 2021
+318K project hours – includes 132,857 field manhours achieved without a Recordable or Lost Time injury
941 Self-Verification Audits
Cost avoidance (circa USD 690K) due to vendor negotiations for critical subsea support scope
Topsides readiness for SURF (Subsea Umbilical Risers Flowlines) campaign successfully completed in Dec. 2020
Successful execution of Barracuda Decouple shutdown in May 2021
Topsides commissioning completed in June 2021
Chemical Injection Skid
HPU and TUTA
HIPPS and Sand Detector
Wet Gas Meter
Fire & Gas system
Integrated commissioning (topsides and subsea) and Barracuda standalone shutdown completed in July 2021
92,549 manhours achieved without a Lost Time Incident
Anticipated first gas – 4Q 2021. Actual first gas – Sept. 2021
Safe execution and completion of hot work, complex rigging and lifting activities to facilitate installation of structural, pipe supports, flowlines and other process/utility piping.
Successful execution of the facility’s TAR amidst rigorous COVID-19 site restrictions:
15-day Gas to Gas shutdown of platform completed on schedule
Pre-TAR phase: installation of 90% of new piping and supports
TAR phase: installation of the tie-ins
Post-TAR phase: completion of commissioning activities.
First global project of this complexity, size and scope to be planned and executed utilizing Massy Wood’s self-perform model. 100% Self perform activities completed by Massy Wood’s execution team:
Leak Testing of +70 valves and hydrotesting up to pressures of 15000 psi
Project weld defect rate of 0.45% with +1000 welds