Wood, a global consulting and engineering leader, has been selected by EPCI contractor Rosetti Marino to deliver a front-end engineering design (FEED) study for the Ineos Hejre development project in the Danish sector of the North Sea.
Wood has a proud heritage in offshore design, delivery and operations, having engineered over one million tons of topsides facilities globally including support for the majority of facilities in the North Sea. 
Building on that track record, Wood will deliver the engineering design for the facility as well as support Rosetti Marino to develop the execute phase tender for the project, providing a clear roadmap to project completion.
"Often the greatest success factor for new offshore projects comes down to the quality of execution, which is why we emphasise the importance of coupling innovative solutions with predictable delivery at Wood,” said Simon Harris, Senior Vice President of Oil & Gas and New Energies Europe at Wood.
"Combining Wood’s proven track-record in offshore engineering with Rosetti Marino’s topside EPCI expertise will deliver a fabrication and construction-ready design during the initial stages of the project, ensuring there are no surprises in later phases," he stated.
"Together Wood and Rosetti Marino will provide Ineos with a cost effective and executable design to help the Hejre Development Project deliver planned first oil in 2027," remarked Harris.
Hejre will provide critical energy supply to Europe upon completion. The project includes a greenfield topside installation and brownfield modifications and tie ins to the existing wellhead and processing platforms, he added.-TradeArabia News Service