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CD 2016 March - Advisian Showcase

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Completions Driven Approach
Lewis Quinn / Daniel Cahalarn
March 2016

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  1. 1. www.advisian.com Completions Driven Approach Lewis Quinn / Daniel Cahalarn March 2016
  2. 2. Advisian
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  4. 4. Digitization benefits 4 Internal Use Only $300 million Savings could be in the order for every billion dollars of investment for Owner Operators (Fiatech) Up to.. 5% 70% 10% 50% 33% 50% 50% 50% Spare part cost reduction better planning of procurement process Less time spent on performing risk review through timely and accurate information Less time searching for asset information for operations and maintenance activities Construction schedule and cost reduction through advanced work packaging Time spent on data handover improve asset management outcomes Project cycle time reduction driving increased speed to market Design cost reduction through reuse of data and design Capital costs reduction through improved asset data integrity alone PhysicalDigitalreflects
  5. 5. Developing 4D capability Advisian / 5
  6. 6. The case for 3D CAD Advisian / 6 3D model systems started being used in Oil & Gas over 30 years ago, and yet at first there was much scepticism as to whether anyone could even design in 3D?? 6 Its rise was driven by the ‘young designers’, the early adopters who were able to demonstrate tangible productivity gains and significant reductions in field errors
  7. 7. TALC – Technology Adoption Lifecycle Advisian / 7
  8. 8. Extending the enterprise advantage Advisian / 8 People Business Process Technology Technology • Rules-based Design/ Knowledge Capture • Workshare • Design Automation/ Data Reuse • Environment Integration/ Interoperability Processes: • Complementary Workflows • Procedures & Best Practice Guidelines People: • Project Organisation • Roles & Responsibilities Optimization
  9. 9. Benefits of a Completions driven approach Advisian / 9 Daniel Cahalarn is a Lead Planner for WorleyParsons in the Hebron Project Fab yard, Ulsan, Korea 9 The following slides tell the story of one man’s struggle to improve our delivery!
  10. 10. Advisian / • The Hebron oil field is located offshore Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada in the Jeanne d 'Arc Basin 350km southeast of St. Johns. • The field was first discovered in 1980, and is estimated to produce more than 700 million barrels of recoverable resources. • The water depth at the Hebron field is 93 metres (Mean Sea Level). • The Hebron field is being developed using a stand-alone concrete gravity based structure (GBS). The GBS consists of a reinforced concrete structure designed to withstand sea ice, icebergs and meteorological and oceanographic conditions. • The GBS is designed to store approximately 1.2 million barrels of crude oil. The Bull Arm site is the primary construction site for the GBS. • The GBS will support an integrated Topsides deck that includes a living quarters and facilities to perform drilling and production. • A substantial portion of the Topsides is being engineered and fabricated in Newfoundland and Labrador, with integration performed at the Bull Arm site • Fabrication of the Derrick Equipment Set (DES) and the Utilities/Process Module (UPM) of the topsides is occurring in Ulsan, Korea.
  11. 11. 11 Visualization EquipmentPiping CableTray Eng Design Procurement Delivery Construction Completions Commissioning End DevicesStructure Insulation
  12. 12. 12  The 3D model is enabled by the construction management system  Visualize & analyze what you put in It can’t plan It can’t execute It can’t make decisions  It can improve planning, execution and decision making if used correctly, … but, to work effectively status data must be regularly updated! The approach
  13. 13. 13 Completions Management (How) Spool Install Line Completion Oil Flushing Touch up Paint Heat Tracing / Insulation MC Walkdown Sub System Handover Install Equipment Install Supports & Tray Piping E&I 65% spool install 65% tray install Test Pack Inspection Testing Reinstatement Cable Pull Install Devices Terminations Loop Checks Trigger points – reduce lags between triggers improves schedule certainty
  14. 14. 14 “What is measured can be improved” What:  Proactive field status verification independent from what contractors report Why:  Understanding the true status of the project at all times  Early identification of opportunities and vulnerabilities  Provides leading indicators for management decision making  Keep contractors honest  Drive contractor behavior  Ability to commercially protect ourselves and our clients if required Progressive Inspection – What & Why?
  15. 15. 15 Progressive Inspection - Manual Print cable tray nodal drawings for inspection scope Mark up cable tray status on drawings including punch items Locate relevant part of plant and begin inspections Return inspection data back to project office Take Off Cable tray status and update project systems Revision discrepancies Locating scope Cumbersome Recording Time Lag 4738m of cable tray installation validated In 55days
  16. 16. 17 Progressive Inspection - Digitized Retrieve Inspection scope onto iPad in 3D model format Model makes for easy navigation to relevant part of plant Mark up cable tray status on 3d Model including punch items Latest up to date model Time to scope reduced Convenient recording Instant status data upload 5957m of cable tray installation validated in 11days 25% more cable tray verified in ⅕ the time 4738m of cable tray installation validated In 55days
  17. 17. 18 Visualization –Tray Installation Tray Not Bolted Paint & Bolting Priority Install
  18. 18. 19 Visualization E&I Opportunity Room Completion (LIR) Sub SystemsAvailable Cable Pull (LIR) Commissioning Need (MCC) Available Cable PullALL
  19. 19. 20 Visualization E&I Cable Individual Cables Bulk Pull Opportunities
  20. 20. 21 Completions Management Green =Tray with >3 cables = 40,500m RED =Tray with 1 or 2 cables = 44,500m Total CableTray = 85,000m BLUE -Tray with >30 cables RED -Tray with 10-29 Cables GREEN -Tray with 3 to 9 Cables
  21. 21. 22 Visualization – E&I Equipment Termination Availability E&I Room Completion
  22. 22. 23 Liven Up Sequence (PTW)
  23. 23. 24  Hebron = 1,100,000m of cable  HHI @ peak 36,000m / week  Project Need >50,000m / week Achievement – Record Cable Pull • Focus on installing the right tray • Accurate tray status = available cable pull • 12 week average = 66,000m • Best week 88,000m
  24. 24. 25 Early Loop Opportunities (LowVoltage) Power Cable Instrument Cable 1800 / 9000 completed early = 20% ICSS ICSS Marshaling & System SSMCC/LUN/SAT
  25. 25. 26 1 Bulk Construction Completions 4 5 3 1 22 HiPo - Argon Purge 1 HiPo - ToolBox Explosion HiPo - E&I Dropped Object3 4 HiPo - Hydro Test Prep 5 LTI - Hydro Test (Hub Clamp) 6 6 LTI - Hydro Test (PTT Project) 7 7 HiPo - E&I JB (DES Project) LTI - Other Projects Fatality - Other Projects in Yard 4 5 3 1 22 HiPo - Argon Purge 1 HiPo - ToolBox Explosion HiPo - E&I Dropped Object3 4 HiPo - Hydro Test Prep 5 LTI - Hydro Test (Hub Clamp) Bulk Construction Completions 1,800 Test / 7 Months 250 Per Month 4 5 3 1 22 HiPo - Argon Purge 1 HiPo - ToolBox Explosion HiPo - E&I Dropped Object3 4 HiPo - Hydro Test Prep 5 LTI - Hydro Test (Hub Clamp) Bulk Construction Completions 33% 1,200 / 7 Months 171 Per Month Safety - Hebron Project / HHI Example
  26. 26. Summary Advisian / Improved Safety Improved Quality Increased Schedule Certainty Client Satisfaction Improved Construction Performance Front End Completions Focused Planning Progressive Inspection Influence Contractor Behavior EmpowermentVisualization Accountability Mobile Technology
  27. 27. A true life story ………………………..The value of accurate Information Advisian /

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