Project Engineering

Offshore Energy engineers can be involved throughout the life cycle of a project, from initial FEED study through kick off, design, onshore planning, offshore installation, and project completion.

Project Engineering

Our engineering focus adds value by exercising the rigour necessary to effectively mitigate and manage risks, facilitating the innovative and creative thinking needed to deliver complex, demanding, and often ground-breaking projects.

Offshore Energy's design cycle takes account of all aspects of each required process in a project:

  • Intended purpose and performance
  • Cost and schedule constraints
  • Design life
  • Operating environment
  • Input loads
  • Vessel interface
  • Material selection
  • Package deployments:

- Dynamic amplification factor (DAF)

- Splash zone transparency

- On-bottom weight limitation

- On-bottom stability

- Operating depth

- Remote intervention requirements

- Recovery / decommissioning

  • Critical, high stress or high fatigue components
  • Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA / FMECA)
  • Control system design
  • Electro and electro-mechanical / hydraulic system design
  • Power interface and requirements
  • IP rating
  • Foundations / sea-fastenings
  • Access, fire and lightning considerations
  • Paint systems and / or cathodic protection
  • In-service maintenance and inspection plans.

Examples of equipment and systems we have provided to clients include:

  • CNC / PLC / SCADA precision controlled equipment
  • Cable baskets
  • Deck grillages
  • Package deployment systems
  • J-tube and riser systems
  • Modular handling systems
  • Launch and recovery systems
  • High-power subsea trenching vehicles
  • Product lay systems
  • Sea-fastenings and vessel interfaces.

Related Services

Geotechnical and Geophysical

Installation Analysis

Structural Engineering and Design




Naval Architecture

Welding and Materials