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About Worely Parsons
Working across the hydrocarbons, power, infrastructure, minerals & metals and chemicals sectors, we cover the full project lifecycle from guiding our customers with pioneering projects to finding innovative ways of sustaining and enhancing their existing assets. Our comprehensive geographic presence enables us to leverage global expertise and deliver innovative solutions locally, to meet our customers' needs.
Through OneWay™ our enterprise-wide integrity management framework, we establish corporate expectations for Zero Harm to people, assets and no environmental incidents, delivering predictable, consistent outcomes across the entire business. OneWay underpins all our business activities and starts with a personal commitment from everyone who works for us, regardless of location or role.
We are committed to delivering sustained economic and social progress, creating opportunities for individuals, companies and communities to find and realize their own futures, while also creating wealth for our shareholders
We provide our customers with a wide range of consulting and advisory services, and deep technical expertise across multiple projects. Our integrated offerings cover full asset management services and engineering, procurement and construction capability. We deliver these outcomes through our four business lines – Advisian, Major Projects, Integrated Solutions and Services
The tieback of three subsea drill centers in the Buckskin and Moccasin fields – located on the Outer Continental Shelf of the Gulf of Mexico – to the nearby Anadarko Lucius Spar facility, presented several challenges.
The high pressure high temperature subsea system was located in deep water – approximately 7,000 ft – requiring advanced engineering techniques for the subsea equipment, flowlines, risers and umbilicals. The 23-mile, long-distance tie-back of Moccasin field to host facility was challenging for flow assurance of the production flowlines, the design of the chemical injection system and umbilicals, and also the transmission of electrical power for the seabed booster pumps. Development also had to accommodate the constraints related to tie-back of a green-field development to an existing third-party host facility