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  • 1. Our Vision:To be the industry leading professional innovative solutions provider.Our Mission: To always be responsive to the changing demands of our customers To excel at providing quality professional services to achieve customer satisfaction. To always be innovative and flexible in adopting new ideas and to provide state-of-the-art reliable solutions so that our customers can build upon a competitive advantage. To ensure substantial growth, profitability and stability in becoming the market leader in our field. To pursue personnel policies that recognize and reward performances and the contributions of all our employees and provide proper training, development and opportunities for career advancement at all levels.Who we are and What we do Specialist service provider of integrated engineering solutions to the international oil and gas, marine and renewable energy industry Project management Onshore and Offshore Pipeline Engineering Structural Engineering Subsea Engineering Marine terminals Procurement support Operations & maintenance QA/QC
  • 2. Organization chart
  • 3. Project Management Project HSE management Construction management Quality assurance under ISO accreditation Project planning and controls (cost and schedule) Design procurement and estimating Information management and document control Operations and Maintenance
  • 4. Onshore Pipeline Survey and Route selection Feasibility and cost studies Basic/conceptual and detailed design engineering Project management Procurement Environmental and construction management Inspection service Compliance with all applicable federal, state and local planning requirements
  • 5. Offshore PipelineLYE’s expertise includes:- Survey and Route Selection Feasibility and cost studies Basic/Conceptual and Detailed Engineering Design Installation Engineering Corrosion Management Flow Assurance and Operability Operations and maintenance
  • 6. Marine Terminals Terminal simulation studies Survey and selection of terminal location Detailed feasibility report and cost estimate Investment return study Basic engineering and develop specification Project management Procurement Construction management & supervision Commissioning assistance Operations and maintenance.
  • 7. Marine Vessels Computerized Fairing of Hull Lines Creation of Ships Model with Tanks and Appendages in the computer for visual display. Computation of Hydrostatic Properties of Vessel with provisions for Appendage Correction and Asymmetrical Sections. Computation of Cross-Curves of Stability with provisions for appendage corrections and Asymmetrical Sections. Computation of Tank Capacities with Vertical Center, Longitudinal Center, Transverse Center and Free Surface Moments. Trim and Intact Stability Computations. Damage Stability Computations. Floodable Length Computations.
  • 8. Operations & Maintenance Establish a maintenance regime to improve reliability Provide redundancy where possible at minimum cost Breakdown Maintenance/ Repair Include simulations and fault diagnosis Develop servicing schedules and procedures Autonomous Maintenance Vibration Analysis for bearings
  • 9. Quality Assurance/Quality Control Inspection and assessment of general asset condition (GVI, CVI, SSS) Inspection and assessment of cracking (UT, ECI, MPI, ACFM, DP, FMD) Inspection and assessment of loss of wall thickness due to corrosion or erosion (UT, PA) Inspection and assessment of corrosion prevention systems (CP)
  • 10. Technical Database & Software
  • 11. Technical databaseLYE asia pacific’s extensive experience in designing offshore, onshore pipelines, structures andfacilities that enable us to come up with wide range of technical specification and guidelines toprovide our clients a complete technical tool kit in compliance with international standards.International standards that we frequently use for the design purposes are listed below.DNV OS-F101 Submarine Pipeline SystemsDNV RP-F109 On-Bottom Stability Design of Submarine PipelinesDNV RP B401 Cathodic Protection DesignDNV CN 30.5 Environmental Conditions and Environmental LoadsDNV RP F105 Free spanning PipelinesAPI Spec 5L Specification for Line PipeAPI 6D Specification for Pipeline ValvesAPI RP 1102 Steel Pipeline Crossing Railroads and HighwaysAPI RP 1110 Pressure Testing of Steel Pipelines for the Transportation of Gas, Highly Volatile Liquid or Carbon dioxideAPI RP 2A-WSD Recommended Practice for Planning, Designing & Constructing Fixed Offshore Platforms – Working Stress DesignAPI Standard 1104 Welding of Pipelines and Related FacilitiesASME B31.4 Liquid Transportation Systems for Hydrocarbons, Liquid Petroleum Gas, Anhydrous Ammonia and Alcohols.
  • 12. Software and systemLYE asia pacific uses extensive industry standard technical and management software packages. Inaddition, LYE has developed specific technical tools to supplement the commercial packages includingin-house suite of Spreadsheets and MathCAD software.A list of the more commonly used applications is listed below. Pipeline/Subsea Engineering Software Finite Element Analysis (FEA) package. Abaqus has been used to optimize designs through virtual testing. Specially for offshore pipeline design. This program can be used to model pipe laying, davit lift, pipe lay initiation and abandonment/recovery operations. Pipeline and riser stress analysis. It consider gravity and thermal expansion loads plus wind load, static earthquake load and/or wave and current load. Proprietary programs developed by LYE. STATSPAN, LYE-CP, LYE- EXPAN , LYE-RAD
  • 13. Drafting Software This program is used to create detailed engineering drawings for all components and designs in the projects. These drawings comprise the culmination of all the work undertaken by the engineering team.Admin/Project Controls Provide the first, comprehensive Enterprise Project Portfolio Management solution. This solution is expected to help company optimize resources and the supply chain, reduce costs, manage changes, meet delivery dates, and ultimately make better decisions, all by using real-time data. Project documents and drawings are maintained in a central master document register and displays the latest revision of documents.Structural Engineering The programme GRLWEAP Version 2005 has been used to carry out the pile drive ability analysis. Structural software for In-place, Lifting and Transportation design, lead-out analysis. The program is use to perform stresses analysis on steel members.
  • 14. List of Projects
  • 15. Subsea Pipelines System Project ListLYE’s Subsea Pipelines System project list is summarized below. PROJECT NAME/ LOCATION CLIENT PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS FINISH DATE BEDB Sungai Liang - SPM & PLEM BEDB (Brunei The project includes SPM at 30m water depth and 24” Completed System and Subsea Pipeline Economic subsea pipeline for 14km which crosses SHELL pipeline at Installation Development three(3) places and a total pipeline. The terminal to be Board) used to export Methanol. HPCL – Visakh Refinery SPM HPCL Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) installed Completed Project (Hindustan a Single Point Mooring (SPM) system and a 4.0 km long, Petroleum 1219mm (48”) diameter crude oil pipeline. The pipeline Corporation will run from the SPM to the Land Fall Point (LFP) at Limited) / Visakh on the East coast of India. The SPM will be used LEIGHTON for the unloading/loading of crude oil through oil tankers up to VLCC size. Mangala Development Pipeline CAIRN Energy The Marine Facilities for Bhogat Terminal shall comprise Completed Project - EPC for Marine India – of pigging facilities at Crude Oil Tankfarm (COT) located Facilities at Bhogat Leighton off Bhogat, 24” twin loading buried pipelines (onshore Contractor 8km and offshore 6km), Pipeline End Manifold (PLEM), Single Point Mooring (SPM) System and other associated components for crude oil loading from Bhogat Terminal to export oil tankers; recirculation/flushing system using Light Crude Oil (LCO); and LCO import through SPM system from marine tankers to Bhogat
  • 16. Subsea Pipelines System Project List PROJECT NAME/ LOCATION CLIENT PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS FINISH DATETanzania SPM and Pipelines Leighton Offshore terminal for the import of crude oil and white CompletedReplacement EPC Project Offshore Pte products capable of mooring tankers in the range of Ltd 40KDWT to 150 KDWT.Iraq Crude Oil Export Expansion Leighton Detailed Engineering of 48” Diameter and total in length Completedproject Phase 1 (ICOEEP) Offshore Pvt. of 120km offshore pipelines, subsea valve manifold, four Ltd SPMS, J-Tubes, Power and Fiber Optic cable for Iraq Crude Oil Export Expansion project Phase 1 and onshore facilities.Subsea Pipeline & Onshore PT Rekayasa This Project is located at Muara Karang, Jakarta Bay, CompletedReceiving Facility (ORF) Project Engineering Indonesia to improve the reliability of domestic gas INDONESIA supply for Power Plants in West Java. The scope of work under this tender is for detail engineering services of the subsea pipeline: - 24-inch x 15km concrete coated pipeline - 24-inch riser line up to battery limitINPEX - Ichthys Gas Field Leighton To develop the Ichthys Gas field, located approximately CompletedDevelopment Offshore Pte 440km north of Broome and 800km south-west of Ltd Darwin. - Residual Engineering - Shore Pull Analysis
  • 17. Subsea Pipelines System Project List PROJECT NAME/ LOCATION CLIENT PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS FINISH DATECrude oil export facility Leighton Provide a safe, robust, reliable, durable and cost OngoingReconstruction Project (Sealine Offshore Pte effective means of transmitting Oil from FOT to BOT,Project) Ltd. KAAT and Single Point Mooring (SPM). installation of a new 48 " pipeline, two valve station platforms (VS1 at BOT and VS2 at KAAT) and one SPM loading terminal.Banyu Urip Project PT Rekayasa Detail design Engineering and installation of 20’’ Ongoing Engineering, offshore pipelines for the development and production INDONESIA of oil in the region of Cepu contract area, in Central and Eastern Java.LNG Import Facility Project, PETRONAS PETRONAS GAS BERHAD intends to build an LNG Import OngoingMelaka GAS BERHAD Facility at Mukim Sungai Udang, Melaka with an import capacity of 3.8 Million tons per annum. Residual Engineering design basis for the 30-inch subsea gas pipeline from island jetty to shore approach .
  • 18. Project Experiences
  • 19. Project SPM System and Subsea Pipeline Engineering, Project Management &Consultancy Services Client BEDB (Brunei Economic Development Board) Location Mukim Liang, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei DarussalamProject descriptionThe Brunei Economic Development Board (BEDB) develop a 271-hectare site called Sungai Liang Industrial Park (SPARK),which is located on a coastal site situated in Mukim Liang, Belait District, and 75 km west of Bandar Seri Begawan, BruneiDarussalam.BEDB installed a Single Point Mooring (SPM) system and subsea pipeline to facilitate the export of Methanol produced byBrunei Methanol Company Sdn.Bhd. (BMC).The facility consists of a SPM system connected to onshore facilities via a 24-inch diameter pipeline. The SPM will bedesigned to accommodate size range from 2,000 DWT to 46,000 DWT tankers, and will be located in approximately 25meters water depth. A pipeline end manifold (PLEM) will be located close to the SPM on the seabed.Scope of work/ServicesProject management, Engineering, Procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPIC) of the SPM systemand subsea and onshore pipeline.
  • 20. Project Visakh Refinery SPM Project Client Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) Location Visakh on the East coast of IndiaProject description Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) installed Single Point Mooring (SPM) system and a 4.0 km long, 1219mm (48”) diameter crude oil pipeline. The pipeline will run from the SPM to the Land Fall Point (LFP) at Visakh on the East coast of India. The SPM will be used for the unloading/loading of crude oil through oil tankers up to VLCC size.Scope of work/Services  Design for shore pull arrangement.  Shore Crossing Design including stress analysis  Pipeline installation analysis including abandonment recovery, buckle repair and pull-head and lay-down head design.  Pipe-Lay Barge Mooring Analysis.  Sea fastening and pipe stacking analysis.  CALM and PLEM Pile Drivability Analysis  PLEM and Spool Lifting Analysis  CALM (Catenary Anchor Leg Mooring) System Towing Analysis and Mooring
  • 21. Project Mangala Development Pipeline Project - EPC for Marine Facilities at Bhogat Client CAIRN Energy India – Leighton Contractor. Location Mangala to BhogatProject description The project is located South East of the Port of Dar Es Salaam harbor entrance channel and comprises the development up to and including pre commissioning and delivery of a offshore terminal for the import of crude oil and white products capable of mooring tankers in the range of 40KDWT to 150 KDWT. The pipeline diameters are 28 inch for the crude line and 24 inch for the white product line with onshore and offshore lengths of 4.3 km and 3.6 km respectively.Scope of work/Services  Engineering Management  Bottom Pull Analysis  Lay-down Head and Pull Head Design  Spool Lift Analysis
  • 22. Cont..... Laybarge Mooring Analysis Line Pipe Transportation Analysis Pipe Stacking Analysis PLEM Lifting Analysis Reject Water Pipeline Design Reject Water Diffuser Design Reject Water Dispersion/Dilution/Diffusion Study Project Specification Design of Temporary Works Review of SPM Design Document on Behalf of Leighton Review of Pipeline Design Document Done by Other Parties On Behalf of Leighton Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning and Start-up Manuals Operation & Maintenance Manuals
  • 23. Project Tanzania SPM and Pipelines Replacement EPC Project Client Leighton Offshore Pte Ltd Location South East of the Port of Dar Es SalaamProject descriptionThe governments of Tanzania and Zambia have decided to remove the existing Single Point Mooring (SPM) and relatedpipeline system at Ras Mjimwema, outside the Port of Dar Es Salaam and commissioned Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) toreplace their existing facility with a new multi-line multi-product facility for the transfer of crude oil and white products.Scope of work/Services  Engineering Management  Design Basis Memorandum  Preliminary Design Review  Pipeline Detail Design  Develop route selection and prepare alignment sheets  Determine pipeline wall thickness and steel grade necessary for the design conditions
  • 24. Cont..... Perform hydrodynamic stability analysis to define concrete coating thickness Free span analysis Shore approach design / burial depth Prepare materials, coatings and anodes materials take-off (MTO) for pipeline system Cathodic Protection system design for pipeline Interface with certifying authorities Evaluate requirements for mechanical protection / trenching Estimates pipeline thermal expansion and requirements for expansion absorbing devices or thrust blocks. Expansion offset sizing Identify final PLEM arrangement Final design report
  • 25. Project Iraq Crude Oil Export & Expansion Project Client Leighton offshore Pvt. Ltd. Location Middle EastProject description The Crude Export Facility of Southern Iraq currently exports approximately 1.8 MMBOPD from the KAAOT and ABOT offshore terminals. The oil is transported from onshore facilities to the offshore terminals through two 48 inch export pipelines for ABOT and one 42 inch with two 32 inch pipelines for KAAOT. The KAAOT terminal has previously suffered damage and so the majority of the oil is exported through the ABOT terminal. The current export facilities and pipelines were built in the 1960s and 1970s and designed for a 20 year life, with the proper maintenance. The MoO Master Plan 2007 has the objective of developing further offshore loading facilities to enable export capability of 4.5 MMBOPD (excluding exports from KAAOT) within 5 years. The 4.5 MMBOPD export capacity will be made up of 1.8 MMBOPD from ABOT and 2.7 MMBOPD from the new facilities. New facilities include Phase 1 (two 48” pipelines, 3rd pipeline shore approach section, a spur pipeline and three SPMs), Phase 2 (Control, Metering & Manifold Platform) plus a future pipeline and SPM. Phase 1 and Phase 2 together are targeted to achieve 1.8 MMBOPD.
  • 26. Scope of work/Services  Project Management  Pipeline/Subsea Structures Design Basis  Pipeline Route Design  Mechanical Design and Material Grade selection  External Corrosion Protection Design  On-Bottom Stability  Span Analysis  Expansion Analysis  Shore Approach Design  Trenching/Backfilling Design  Tie-in/Expansion Spool Design  Hanger/Tie-in Flange Design  Dropped Object Study  Subsea Manifold Design  Material Take-Off  Pipeline Operation and Maintenance Philosophy  Specifications  Drawings  J-tube Design  J-tube Clamp Design  Procurement Support Services (Technical Support)  Pipeline/Subsea Structure Final Design Report  Pipeline/SPM/PLEM/SSVM Residual Engineering
  • 27. Project Detailed Engineering Services of Subsea Pipeline and Onshore Receiving Facility (ORF) Project Client PT Rekayasa Engineering Location Muara Karang, Jakarta Bay, IndonesiaProject description PT. Nusantara Regas have buy Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) by the procurement of a LNG Floating Storage and Regasification Terminal (FSRT), LNG offloading facility, submarine gas pipeline and Onshore Receiving Facility (ORF) at receiving point in PLN Muara Karang power plant site. PT. Nusantara Regas will be the main supplier of the gas, with PLN as the major user. The gas will be used as fuel for PLN’s Power Plant to fulfill the growing electricity demand for Java-Madura-Bali. The FSRT facility will provide a reliable, alternative and secure source of gas supply to fulfill gas requirement for Power Plants and Gas Distribution Grid in Jakarta and West Java. The gas will be supplied from the receiving point at Muara Karang. The LNG Floating Terminal facilities comprise of:  Floating Storage and Regasification Facility (FSRU);  Subsea Pipeline;  Onshore Receiving Facility (ORF). The LNG Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) will be permanently moored in 23m water depth, and will be located approximately 15km north of Muara Karang, in Jakarta Bay. The FSRU will accept LNG from LNG Carriers (LNGC) as required, and regasify the LNG via its onboard regasification plant, at a maximum continuous rate of 500MMscfd. The gas will be transported back to shore via a 24” subsea gas pipeline, to an Onshore Receiving Facility (ORF), where it will be metered and sold to the PLN power station and the PGN gas network
  • 28. Scope of work/Services  Design for shore pull arrangement.  Shore Crossing Design including stress analysis  Pipeline installation analysis including abandonment recovery, buckle repair and pull-head and lay-down head design.  Pipe-Lay Barge Mooring Analysis.  Sea fastening and pipe stacking analysis.  CALM and PLEM Pile Drivability Analysis  PLEM and Spool Lifting Analysis  CALM (Catenary Anchor Leg Mooring) System Towing Analysis and Mooring
  • 29. Project Crude oil export facility Reconstruction Project (Sealine Project) Client Leighton offshore Pvt. Ltd. Location Middle EastProject descriptionThe Project aims to establish the reliability of the existing pipeline system infrastructure among main terminals ofonshore Fao Oil Storage Terminal (FOT), offshore Al Basrah Oil Terminal (ABOT) and offshore Khor Al Amaya Oil Terminal(KAOT). Single Point Mooring (SPM - 4) is installed to keep the same existing export volume during condition check of anexisting pipeline. The pipeline system is to provide a safe, robust, reliable, durable and cost-effective means oftransmitting Oil from FOT to ABOT, KAOT and SPM - 4 and capable of operating non-stop (24 hours per day) from thedate of Preliminary Taking Over and as such will ensure safe operating conditions throughout the entire pipeline systemand its environment.The envisioned loading operation system required as early as possible for normal operation includes installation of a new48” pipeline, two valve station platforms (VS1 at ABOT and VS2 at KAOT) and one SPM - 4 buoy. The 48” new pipeline isto be set up at the new valve station VS1 and branched to the existing ABOT Loading Platform-A and the new SPM - 4.Moreover, the 48” pipeline is to be branched to another new valve station platform VS2 to be installed at KAOT area so asto interconnect the existing ABOT loading platform to the KAOT
  • 30. Scope of work/Services  Finite Element Analysis of Pipeline Propagation Buckling  On-Bottom Stability (Lateral and Vertical) Analysis  Free Span Analysis  On-bottom Roughness Analysis  Riser and Pipeline Spool Tie-In Analysis  J-Tube Design Analysis
  • 31. Project Banyu Urip Project Client PT Rekayasa Engineering, INDONESIA Location Central and Eastern JavaProject description The Banyu Urip Project is the initial development in the Cepu Contract Area, and is located on the Island of Java, between the regional townships of Cepu and Bojonegoro. The development is expected to produce 185kbpd (165 kbpd annual average) of sour crude and associated gas from four well pads. The sour crude will be sweetened at the central process facility and delivered to the offshore floating storage and offloading vessel (FSO) situated 23 kilometres of the north coast of Java near the city of Tuban via a twenty (20) inch onshore to offshore pipeline.Scope of work/Services Detail design and installation engineering for the 20’’ Offshore Pipeline, Perform specialist engineering, using ABAQUS Finite Element Analysis (FEA) for HT (High Temperature) pipeline lateral buckling, Perform specialist engineering, using ABAQUS Finite Element Analysis (FEA) for HT subsea riser and tie-in analysis considering platform movements including seismi Perform the complete process engineering and surge analysis from the Tank Farm (EPC 1) to FSO (EPC 4) inlet using programs OLGA and PVT Sim, Structural support for Mooring Tower Engineering and Fabrication Procurement Support QA /QC and for the EPC3 scope, and Contract Management
  • 32. Project LNG Import Facility Project Client PETRONAS GAS BERHAD Location Mukim Sungai Udang, MelakaProject descriptionPETRONAS GAS BERHAD intends to build an LNG Import Facility at Mukim Sungai Udang, Melaka with an import capacityof 3.8 Million tons per annum. The facilities will be designed to receive LNG at an island jetty where the LNG will betransferred to two Floating Storage Units (FSU) for storage. Regasification of the LNG will take place in a RegasificationUnit located on the island jetty. The gas will then be transferred back to shore via subsea pipeline.The island jetty will be constructed within Sungai Udang harbor limit, located approximately 3km from shore.
  • 33. Scope of work/Services  Design for shore pull arrangement.  Shore Crossing Design including stress analysis  Pipeline installation analysis including abandonment recovery, buckle repair and pull-head and lay- down head design.  Pipe-Lay Barge Mooring Analysis.  Sea fastening and pipe stacking analysis.  CALM and PLEM Pile Drivability Analysis  PLEM and Spool Lifting Analysis  CALM (Catenary Anchor Leg Mooring) System Towing Analysis and Mooring
  • 34. THANK YOU

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