A key element in the life cycle of offshore oil and gas facilities and offshore facilities is the development of design documentation. The design stage is an important stage during which the efficiency of both construction, operation, modernization and subsequent decommissioning of these facilities is laid down. One of the most acute issues is excessive requirements for design documentation, which contribute to the emergence of administrative barriers and increased costs, both time and financial costs for the development of design documentation. All this leads to unreasonable expenses and increase of investment project implementation terms.
The article considers the principle of composition and development of project documentation for the organization of construction and repair of offshore oil and gas and offshore facilities in the fields of Vietsovpetro JV. The separation of work into the main groups of capital construction and repair facilities of Vietsovpetro JV is described. It is considered the experience of the organization, composition, structure and scope of design documentation to provide construction and installation work, as onshore construction sites, and for offshore operations in the fields of Vietsovpetro JV to ensure the construction of new oil and gas facilities, commissioning, modernization and subsequent decommissioning of existing facilities previously put into operation. The design experience in Vietsovpetro JV allows avoiding excessive detailing of design solutions and reducing the sections of the design documentation to a number sufficient for the subsequent qualitative design and construction of offshore oil and gas facilities and offshore facilities with appropriate measures of safety, reliability and efficiency.
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