The case studies are intended to provide a ring-side seat in the entire process – sponsorship, compliance, requirements, risk-management, design, contracts, procurement, installation, integration, project management and transition to operations. These industrial networks are among the most sophisticated products of human endeavour and need the best performance from people, processes, products and tools working together well to be a success.
The normal timetable for a sophisticated new oilfield vessel from board approval to first customer is about 4 years with an orderly progression through high-level design, detailed design and then build. This first Industrial Network Case Study No. 1: Oilfield Vessel covers the delivery of many separate industrial networks on a new-build oilfield Well-Intervention vessel from board approval to first customer in under 3 years via “dynamic design while building”.
The contents of Industrial Network Case Study No. 1: Oilfield Vessel are grouped into:
•Customer Industry and Situation
•Customer Obligations and Compliance
•Risks and Risk-Management
•Contractual Model and Project Management
•Installation and Commissioning
•Security and QoS
•Challenges and Lessons Learned
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