BP Trinidad and Tobago LLC has awarded Apply LQ&HD the EPC contract for the Trinidad Accommodations Project. The project includes delivery of an integrated single unit Living Quarters Module to be installed on existing platform Mahogany B. The contract includes delivery of a new 3 floor Accommodation (LQ) module with an area of 1082 m2, a capacity of 70 beds, recreation areas, gym, office, galley & dining, change rooms, laundry, Central Control Room and Helicopter Deck. Apply Poland has delivered a multidisciplinary documentation for the helideck, expediting, construction monitoring services for fabrication of steel structures and drainage.
Disciplines involved in the project at Apply Poland: Structure, Piping, Instrument, Electrical, Technical Safety, Expediting.
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) in Korea has awarded the contract for delivery of the Gina Krog (previously Dagny) Living Quarters to Apply. DSME is the topside contractor to Statoil for their Gina Krog field development. Apply Poland has delivered to Apply Leirvil: 2D Engineering for Structure for LQ , including as-built documentation, stress analysis for fire water systems, as-built PDMS model for LQ Externals. Disciplines involved in the project at Apply Poland: Structure, Piping, EIT, Technical Safety, PDMS Administration.
Singapore based SMOE, a subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine has awarded a contract for delivery of the Ivar Aasen Living Quarters to Apply. SMOE is the Topsides EPC contractor to Det norske oljeselskap ASA for their Ivar Aasen field development. Apply Poland has delivered to Apply Leirvik: 2D Engineering for Structure for LQ, including as-built documentation & stress analysis for fire water systems. Disciplines involved in the project at Apply Poland: Structure, Piping .
Apply Sørco was awarded the frame agreement for maintenance and modifications on the Kvitebjørn, Valemon fields on the Norwegian Continental Shelf in 2010 and continued until 2016. The scope of the project included maintenance activities, execution of modification projects as well as services to support ongoing operations. Disciplines involved in the project: Instrument, Automation, Electrical, Process, Technical Safety, Piping, Mechanical, Structural.
Apply Sørco was awarded the frame agreement for maintenance and modifications on the Brage field on the Norwegian Continental Shelf in 2010. In 2013, the operatorship on Brage was transferred to Wintershall. Thus, the M&M Contract was transferred from Statoil to Wintershall and continued until 2014. The scope of the project inlcuded maintenance activities, execution of modification projects as well as services to support ongoing operations. Disciplines involved in the project: Instrument, Automation, Technical Safety, Piping, Mechanical, Structural.
Statfjord B&C platform upgrade project is a complete Fire & Gas system changeout planned for years 2012-2016, in accordance with standard functional safety standards IEC 61508/61511 (SIL). the modification includes: new hardware and software design inlcuding AMS system, new fire water and foam pump controller, UPS power distribution, new operator stations, new engineering stations, new Critical Alarm Panel (CAP) and Large Screen Displays (LSD). Disciplines involved in the project: Instrumentation, Automation, Electrical, Technical Safety and Structure.
Kårstø Expansion Project (KEP 2010) was an umbrella project executed by APPLY Sørco comprising larger upgrading and modification projects at Kårstø in the period from 2006 to 2012. The main objectives for KEP2010 was to increase plant capacity, improved flexibility and regularity on equipment and control systems inlcuding ESD and F&G system. APPLY Poland provided engineering services for the following disciplines: Instrumentation, Automation.
The scope of the project was to reduce the CO2 levels in the Åsgard B export gas to achieve export specification to the onshore treatment plant at Kårstø. Mixing of Smørbukk gas and Midgard gas was necessary to achieve the export gas specification to the Åsgard Transport pipeline of 2.0 to 2.3 mol% maximum CO2. the project was executed mainly by APPLY Sørco with support of APPLY in the following disciplines: Piping, Technical Safety.
The Auk platform, located approximately 155 miles south east of Aberdeen, is a fixed platform on which there are facilities for drilling, production, accommodation and other associated utilities. The AUK project was executed by APPLY Sørco and APPLY Poland. Project scope inlcuded modification of existing AUK platform, installation of new drilling rigs with drilling support and utility modules. APPLY Poland provided engineering services for the following disciplines: Piping, Technical Safety, Mechanical, Structural
Modification and Maintenance project in connection with the operation of the Alvheim FPSO Unit (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading) executed by APPLY Sørco in 2007-2012. The project was realized by the following disciplines: Process, Piping, Mechanical, Instrumentation.