The Laggan-Tormore project facility forms a part of a major new infrastructure development intended to export "stranded" gas from the West of Shetland region to the national gas grid entry point at St Fergus. The Shetland Gas Plant (SGP) is the single biggest building programme in the UK since the London Olympics and is home to some of the most technically advanced processing systems. This development is one of the world's longest deep-water tie backs to shore.
Proeon Systems were awarded an initial contract for the supply of independent design, project management and functional safety lifecycle consultancy for a client on the Mono-Ethylene Glycol (MEG) and desalination package for the Shetland Gas Plant at Sullom Voe on the Shetland Isles. Our services were used to provide our client with the independent third party design verification and project execution, eventually becoming integral to the completion of the project.
After the success of the initial combined partnership between Proeon Systems and our client at SGP, a further secondary contract was awarded to Proeon Systems to assist, support and coordinate all pre-commissioning activities.
Working closely with our client's equipment suppliers and vendors we were able to coordinate and ensure delivery of the MEG Recovery Unit. Our working relationship with this client has been one of strength and success over the course of this project. Laggan Tormore was a challenging project and due to our management and consultancy skills we provided our client with cost effective support through a wide variety of engineering expertise and experience.
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