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Atteris awarded Dorado subsea FEED

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Engineering services provider Atteris has awarded been awarded the subsea FEED for the Dorado development by Santos. The field is located within the Bedout Sub-basin, some 150 km north of Port Hedland, Western Australia, in a water depth of approximately 95 m.

The engineering design work will include flow assurance definition and design of the subsea system connecting the wellhead platform to the FPSO including the flexible flowlines, dynamic risers and a mid-water arch structure.

Atteris’ General Manager Dermot O’Brien said: “Following Atteris’ work on the pre-FEED last year, we are delighted that Santos has trusted Atteris to continue contributing to the Dorado project in the FEED phase.”

Atteris, with offices in Perth, Australia, and Houston, USA, provides engineering services in the following areas: subsea and pipelines, flow assurance, dynamic systems, asset and integrity management, operations and production/production readiness support, life extension assessments and decommissioning studies.


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