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  • Doris and and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) in FEED design of SHWE phase 3 platform
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Doris and and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) in FEED design of SHWE phase 3 platform
DORIS Engineering and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) have been awarded the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) contract by POSCO International of South Korea for the Phase 3 development of SHWE project in Myanmar.

The SHWE Project is a multiple gas-condensate field integrated development within Blocks A-1 and A-3, located in the Bay of Bengal, offshore Myanmar. The SHWE development area consists of three major field areas: the central SHWE field, the northern SHWE Phyu field, and the southerly Mya field. The central SHWE field is located in approximately 140m water depth, with the existing SHP in a water depth of 111m. The Phase 3 Project comprises the provision of LP compression, to support ongoing production from the existing fields.

On the 23rd September 2019, DORIS Engineering in Paris, as HHI sub-contractor, started the Phase 3 FEED Design Competition whose scope includes a new LP Compression Platform bridge-connected to the existing SHP (Drilling, Central Production & Accommodation Platform).

Francis Carmigniani, DORIS Engineering MD, said : “We are very proud of working once more with our long term partner HHI for POSCO International and we are confident that DORIS expertise in designing fit-for-purpose offshore facilities along with HHI superior offshore construction and installation capabilities, will lead to a successful FEED as we did for the SHWE Phase 1”.

DORIS Engineering and HHI previously cooperated for Phase 1 of this project in 2009. The development of Phase 1 consisted of the SHP platform with capacity of 640 MMscfd installed by float-over as well as the subsea production system of Mya North, infield and export pipelines and Onshore Gas Terminal . The FEED Design Competition of full field was won by HHI and DORIS. The EPCIC was then performed by HHI, with Detailed Engineering of the SHP (25 000 tons topsides deck & 20 000 tons jacket) carried out by DORIS Engineering in 2010.

About Doris

For over 50 years, DORIS has been delivering high quality engineering and developing cutting-edge solutions enabling a cost-effective production of oil and gas in all parts of the world, including frontier areas.
Throughout that time, DORIS has been able to maintain the continuity of its personnel, nurturing their knowledge and experience. More than 30% of DORIS personnel have between 10 and 20 years of experience within the company.
Today’s expertise is truly extensive and enables DORIS to design and engineer everything from the wellhead to the export system, both offshore and onshore.
Specific areas of expertise include Process and Safety, Flow Assurance, Production Equipment, Structures and Subsea Production; and also Renewables, Coastal and Advanced Engineering.
All projects are performed by multidisciplinary teams and hence take full advantage of the know-how and expertise that has been built up over 50 years.
DORIS can deliver any design and engineering services at any stage of a project development, including feasibility studies, screening studies, conceptual studies, basic engineering or FEED, detailed engineering, technical assistance and project management.

About Hyundai Heavy Industries

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), founded by the late Chung Ju-yung on March 23, 1972 wrote the first chapter of its shipbuilding history in June, 1974 by completing construction of the world's largest shipyard and two 260,000-DWT VLCCs all at the same time. A decade after its first delivery, the Hyundai Shipyard topped 10 million deadweight tons in aggregate ship production, and has maintained the leading position in the world shipbuilding market ever since. Hyundai Shipyard's drive has mirrored the growth of modern Korean heavy industry, and our success has allowed us to expand into other heavy industry areas, ultimately leading to the formation of Hyundai Heavy Industries, an integrated heavy industry company.


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