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Our multi-discipline front end team are responsible for scope identification and framing services including problem solving/ evaluation, conceptual studies, option appraisal, FEED, technical assurance, dynamic commissioning, life of field extension and decommissioning.
PD&MS Consult provides a multi- discipline consultancy group offering experience, competency and operational insight across the full project lifecycle. The group can support the specified scope requirements through;
§    Functional safety expertise across the full lifecycle
§    Metering and allocation specialists
§    Extensive fire & gas capability to optimise detector quantity and placement
§    Regulatory compliance and expert advice to manage the risk of corrosion and H2S
§    Welding, fabrication, audit and inspection activities
§    Process engineering and subsea controls specialists providing in house capability for subsea design workscopes
§    Long established in-house QHSE capability providing safety and risk management services.
§    Full in-house technical safety department providing effective risk management and regulatory compliance support
§    Facilitation of various screening activities including HAZOP, HAZID, LOPA, QRA etc. conducted by our highly experienced team 
§    Process engineering group experienced in flow assurance workscopes utilising software tools such as Ledaflow and OLGA
§    Regular dynamic analysis activities are carried out by our team using our in-house HYSYS software
§    In-house materials engineering capability specialising in material specification, design and development
§    Structural specialists with a high degree of competency in the use of the specialist finite element analysis software
§    In house decommissioning phase experience from study to preparation and physical removal
PD&MS effectively ensures that solutions proposed through PD&MS Consult also include practical input using our construction and commissioning experience. This means that solutions adequately consider constructability constraints, and that associated cost and schedule estimates are realistic and accurate, and consider all relevant interfaces and requirements.