KBR was in charge of the detailed design and procurement services for the Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli oil field infrastructure which produces 1 million barrels per day.
The detail design and procurement assistance by KBR was completed in 2008 and was the largest FPSO in the world at completion.
KBR's conceptual engineering and technical expertise was used for this pipeline project.
Arthit Project produces 370 million standard cubic feet of gas per day and 20,000 barrels of condensate per day, supplying about 10% of Thailand's gas demand.
This extensive scope project required resolution of significant thermal expansion issues.
This expansion proved successful use of a new enhanced horizontal tree design.
One of KBR's mega projects including 2 FPSO's with numerous wells, risers and flowlines.
One of the most complex offshore processing facilities ever installed and designed for a 30 year life without the need for dry docking.
The first compliant pile tower (CPT) installed outside the Gulf of Mexico and also winner of the OTC "Project of the Year" Award.
KBR was awarded this contract by Chevron USA Inc. for the front-end engineering and design (FEED) of the topsides for the proposed Big Foot development facility.
The BP Atlantis is one of the deepest moored production semi-submersibles in the world.
This offshore platform is the largest semi-submersible on the world and can produce in excess of 250,000 barrels of oil daily.
KBR's EPC on this project earned the prestigious "Safe Contractor of the Year" award.
KBR was the lead of this offshore detailed engineering and follow-on engineering.
Upon its completion, Elf Elgin was the largest steel platform to be installed as a single structure in the North Sea.
With its first oil ahead of schedule, this platform featiures high pressure and temperature, complex wells, sub-sea tiebacks and is a highly flexible process plant.
Greater Plutonio is offshore Angola and acts as a hub for 42 subsea wells.
The detailed and follow-on engineering is ongoing and was originally designed and fabricated in Singapore.
KBR has an outstanding record of finishing projects on-time and ahead of schedule including this expansion project in Algeria.
Engineering, procurement and construction of a gas gathering system to collect hydrocarbon fluids from the Amenas area.
This large scale project in a deep desert environment had 2 million work hours without any lost time.
This ongoing project will act as a hub for 43 subsea wells upon completion.
This project management task was Located in very shallow and environmentally sensitive water, ice bound in winter.
KBR's conceptual engineering of this project included field development and architecture planning along with optimum process configuration.
KBR's detailed engineering and use of the Hi-Floater technique for installation in Vietnam waters was a first.
A high level of local experience was included in this topside Pre FEED project.
Conceptual and preliminary engineering for a buried natural gas pipeline through various permafrost regions.
This construction management and commissioning project includes the world's first use of dry low emission gas turbines offshore.
The ongoing North West shelf project features a 20,000 tonne floatover topside.
The seawater filtration and utilities were a part of KBR's topsides engineering deign services.
KBR performed and continues to perform FEED, E&P and Follow-on engineering to the project.
This project was challenging logistically due to its remote location.
KBR was in charge of the concept, FEED and engineering and procurement for this onshore gas processing plant.
Awarded "Best in Class" by Shell, KBR's large scope included FEED services for their first offshore facility in Nigeria.
This FEED project consisted of the integration of new trains into an existing operating site with minimum disruption.
KBR had EPC control over this ice-strengthened FPSO built to withstand a 100,000 ton iceberg impact.
Front end engineering services were completed under budget by 12,000 work hours.
FEED engineering and other services for high Pressure dense phase gas pipeline in water depth up to 1,200 meters.
Completed in 2005, the Trinidad Cross Island Pipeline is the largest diameter horizontal directional drills.
KBR was granted FEED and engineering and procurement services for one of the largest unmanned offshore production facilities in the world.