Australian vitality firm Santos has awarded Atteris the subsea, umbilical, risers and flowline pre-FEED for the Dorado challenge area growth.
The Dorado area is situated inside the Bedout Sub-basin, some 150 kilometres north of Port Hedland, Western Australia.
Water depth on the growth is roughly 95 metres.
Specifically, the Dorado challenge is a three way partnership between Santos and Australian exploration firm Carnarvon.
The engineering design contains the subsea infrastructure connecting the properly head platform to the disconnectable turret mooring of FPSO vessel.
The subsea system will consist of 4 versatile risers and related flowlines in addition to two manufacturing traces, one fuel injection line and one dynamic and static energy and controls umbilical.
Atteris will carry out the configuration design of the dynamic riser system, the steadiness evaluation of the flowlines and static umbilical, and likewise area format definition.
Atteris’ Dynamic Systems Business Stream, led by principal engineer Céline Lanoëlle, will ship the scope.
“We have labored exhausting to develop this functionality and we are actually leaving our constructive marks within the business.
“We are grateful for the belief and confidence that Santos has positioned in us with this contract.”
To remind, Atteris has additionally secured GB Energy contract for subsea front-end engineering design for the Golden Beach fuel area.
The area is situated inside the Australia’s Gippsland Basin, roughly three kilometres offshore from the Ninety Mile Beach in Eastern Victoria.
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