AMOG is able to undertake field prospect and economic evaluation using in-house databases and facility sizing tools along with the industry leading cost estimation packages.

We can provide a wide range of services in relation to field architecture and sub-sea engineering; from high-level layouts to account for work-over activities and dropped objects, to detailed analysis of sub-sea flow line installations, to well-heads. AMOG is also able to conduct tie-in studies in which high level piping, flow-line and control systems are developed. We offer studies and reports on:

  • Field layout design and drawings
  • Preferred field architecture based on risk drivers
  • Key risk drivers affecting field layout
  • Risk deduction mitigation methods
  • Stabilisation requirements of sub-sea equipment
  • Control pod and umbilical requirements
  • Foundation and Skit requirements for sub-sea equipment
  • Model testing of dropped and dragged objects

When it comes to the design and analysis required for FEED studies, AMOG has extensive experience and can draw on a large in-house library of floaters, turrets, mooring systems, riser configurations, and metocean data to help select, benchmark and define concepts. Our specialist areas of expertise include floating production systems as well as subsea pipelines/sub-marine cables, rope technology, and;

  • Hull Forms
    • Tanker based FSO/FPSO
    • Spar
    • Semi-Submersible
    • TLP
    • Barges
    • CALM
  • Riser systems
    • Flexible riser systems
    • Top-tensioned
    • Steel catenary
    • Hybrid
    • Single leg offset
  • Mooring systems (incl disconnectable)
    • Chain
    • Wire rope
    • Synthetic rope
    • Infield and cyclone moorings
  • Turrets and Swivels

AMOG is also able to provide technical reviews of tenders for mooring equipment, riser and umbilical systems, turret arrangements, and fluid transfer systems. Our services the technical and commercial mattes pertaining to tenders, preferred suppliers based on a transparent and independent technical evaluation of supply documentation, non-compliance to tenders, and key areas of technical, commercial, schedule and contractual risk within tenders.