What can go wrong if the Electro Instrument & Telecom discipline is left out from project-start?

At the beginning of the project, there is a battle for the available space on a module. All disciplines will have most of the available space and this space is very limited. In some cases, the module must be expanded to allow all disciplines to place their equipment, and if a discipline is excluded from this work process, we may end up with a module that is not large enough for the job for which it is intended. So, what can go wrong?

Why it is important for Electro Instrument & Telecom (EIT) engineers to be involved from the very beginning of an engineering project?

An engineering project is usually performed in 3 phases. The 3 phases are 30% – 60% and a 90% milestone reviews of the 3D model. These percentages (30% – 60%-90%) reflect a percentage of completed project, not a percentage of maturity of each discipline. For EIT’s part, we can say that we are usually about 30% finished when a 60% review is held, depending on how extensive the EIT contract is. So, what does this mean?

The dynamics of Electro Instrument & Telecom (EIT) in an engineering project

An engineering project is usually performed in 3 phases. The 3 phases are 30% – 60% and a 90% milestone reviews of the 3D model. These percentages (30% – 60%-90%) reflect a percentage of completed project, not a percentage of maturity of each discipline. For EIT’s part, we can say that we are usually about 30% finished when a 60% review is held, depending on how extensive the EIT contract is. So, what does this mean?

Focus Group joining Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) as member

Focus Group joining Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) as member We are happy to announce our membership with Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP). The vision of Norwegian Energy Partners is to strengthening the long-term foundation for wealth-creation and employment in Norwegian energy industries through focused international efforts, building on the collective competitiveness of the partner companies. NORWEP…

The most important thing in a project!

Focus Engineering (a part of Focus Group) has contributed with engineering work on regas modules for Wärtsilä for several years. Well-functioning digital collaboration platforms and regular project meetings are the foundation for successful projects, but the most important ingredient in a good collaboration is the relationship between the participants.

The FSPO Anna Nery. Image source: yinson.com

How Norwegian companies can collaborate to fulfill deliveries in international projects

Aragon has been awarded two contracts by the shipowner Yinson Production to design, procure and construct seven modules for gas treatment and compression for the FPSO «Anna Nery”, which will be put into operation offshore Brazil in 2023. The contracts have a total value of close to one billion Norwegian kroner and Aragon will deliver these seven modules during 2021. Aragon and Focus Engineering (a part of Focus Group) are collaborating as one team on the engineering work for the modules on the FPSO “Anna Nery” project.