“Ensuring well-designed and top performing systems…”

Measuring systems form a crucial part of Oil and Gas operations. If any measurement input is inaccurate, by even the smallest fraction, the numbers don’t add up anymore. Measurements or misallocation can have a serious implication on the financial position and profit. Furthermore, trust, accountability and transparency are of the essence in the oil & gas industry. That is why the custody transfer metering process needs to be a precise and repeatable process. Hydrocarbon measurement systems are a critical item and as such must always perform as designed, be maintained in perfect condition and remain reliable under all circumstances.

FYC provides services for both greenfield and brownfield projects. Our knowledge and engineering skills can be relied on for assistance with new projects including updating and re-engineering of current systems. An essential element of these developments is to ensure the correct choices in technology, configuration and data structure are considered through effective review and reporting.

FYC can define the path for the upgrade and replacement of existing and marginal measuring environments including the selection and implementation of new metering installations or operating processes. Our expertise and experience assists in developing the most advantageous engineering design programme including detailed specification to ensure a flawless project execution and implementation, whilst minimising any impact on day to day operations.

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Our services include:

  • Front End Engineering & Design (FEED), cost optimization, CAPEX/OPEX & feasibility studies
  • Pre-engineering, sizing and technology selection
  • Enquiry specifications, vendor evaluation, selection
  • Project & Interim Management and supervision

Our consultants and engineering team can help by answering individual questions or develop complete metering inquiries by a structured project-based approach. We ensure all measurement commitments to partners and official bodies are fully met during the whole process of engineering and construction.