NPCC Chooses AVEVA Plant for Habshan Platform

June 11, 2009 at 1:16 am Leave a comment

AVEVA announced that National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC), a Middle Eastern Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor, has chosen AVEVA Plant for use on its portion of the Integrated Gas Development Project – Habshan Platform Offshore Facilities (IGD-HAP) for ADMA OPCO.

NPCC first used AVEVA PDMS, which is part of the AVEVA Plant portfolio, on ADMA OPCO’s project comprising two new well head towers (US 40/56 and US 40/24) located in the Umm Shaif field. Now, they are extending their use of PDMS on the IGD-HAP project, which consists of an offshore gas processing platform that performs gas separation and dehydration. The project also includes a remote flare tower, a 46-in. main gas line to Das Island and interconnecting bridges between IGD-HAP and the existing Umm Shaif Super complex.

AVEVA PDMS has multi-discipline capabilities proven on many large offshore and onshore projects, from front-end design through to construction engineering.

Dr. Ahmad Kurdali, Engineering Director of NPCC, said: “We are going to use PDMS throughout all phases of the project. After the 3D modeling and design, drawings and isometrics will be generated by PDMS. We will also be integrating the PDMS model with the structural steel detailing software to optimize the production of fabrication drawings.”

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