Moho-Bilondo Phase 1BIS



DORIS’ team was integrated in Total’s SPS Package Management team to manage the SPS Contractor.

Project outline

The Moho Nord joint development project includes two field developments, namely Moho Nord and Moho Bilondo Phase 1bis. Phase 1bis is a subsea tieback to Moho Bilondo FPU. It targets additional reserves in the southern portion, whereas Moho Nord surface facilities (new FPU & TLP) gather the reserves from the northern portion of the licence area.

  • Locations / Sites : Norway, UK, Korea & Congo
  • Production XTs : 18 off (1bis: 7; MHN: 11)
  • Water Injection XTs : 10 off (1bis: 4; MHN: 6)
  • IWOCS : 2 off
  • Production Manifolds : 6 off (1bis: 2; MHN: 4)
  • Production Jumpers : 18 off (1bis: ; MHN:11)
  • Topside Control System : 1 for Phase1bis & 1 for Moho Nord
  • First Oil Phase 1 Bis: December 2015
  • First Oil Moho Nord: March 2017

Services delivered by DORIS

Across the 20,000 manhour project, DORIS:

  • Ensured compliance of detailed engineering deliverables with TEPC needs and Interfaces requirements from the other packages (UFR, FPU & Drilling)
  • Followed up on the manufacturing and Factory Acceptance Test of all SPS Equipments
  • Prepared and ran the Control System EFAT with involvement of the Field Operation team
  • Prepared and ran EFAT & SIT of Production Manifold System at construction yard
  • Prepared and ran the control system pre-commissioning on the FPU and subsequent assistance to the field operation team for the commissioning and start-up offshore
  • Performed Schedule Risk Management to deliver all the SPS Equipments on time
  • Prepared the handover of the Project to the affiliate in Congo

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