Front End Engineering Design (FEED)
A Front End Engineering Design (FEED) is conducted after the completion of the concept and feasibility Study where all options will be assessed from an economic and safety perspective.
Front-end engineering and design is defined as the work required to produce process and engineering documentation of sufficient quality and depth to adequately define the project requirements for detailed engineering, procurement and construction of facilities and to support a ±15 percent project cost estimate. This distinct project phase is typically used to support the investment decision to sanction a project.
OSL has executed numerous FEED for major players in the oil & gas industry and fully understand the importance of reflecting client’s intentions and project specific requirements at the FEED stage. OSL will work closely with the client team to provide definition to a level that eliminates or reduce the need for change during the detailed design and implementation stages.
FEED packages generally include:
- Basis of Design
- PFD, P&IDs, Safeguarding Diagrams
- Main equipment data sheets and specifications
- Compressor API datasheets
- Valve, Line and Tie in Schedules
- Instrument an d Valve data sheets
- General Arrangements Drawings for main equipment and main pipework.
- Cost estimating and level 3 project schedule
- Identification and investigation of long lead items
- Project Execution Plan, HSE Plan
- Risk Register