Since inception of Ariosh Ltd, our engineering teams have successfully delivered highly complex engineering projects in remote and challenging locations across Nigeria. Ariosh engineering capabilities cover comprehensive services, including feasibility studies, FEEDs, DED and EPC projects for Greenfield facilities and revamps. Our services have been engaged across a variety of onshore, offshore (shallow & deepwater) and subsea projects.
Our multi-disciplined teams have an average of over 25 years industry experience providing independent, comprehensive engineering solutions beginning at the early concept phase and extending through final commissioning in the following disciplines and specialty areas: process; technical safety; instrumentation and controls, electrical; civil/structural; mechanical and piping.
Our team focuses on functional requirements, systematic engineering and decision quality process during feasibility study by studying all project stakeholder perspectives and reviewing economic return.
Our FEED solutions provide certainty of delivery and a high level of reliability. Our cost estimates are based on legacy and market data from our construction and installation experience as well as from procurement and vendor network. Our designs reflect proven construction and installation practices to ensure reliable, efficient, quality project delivery, lower costs, and faster FEEDs.
We draw on several years of experience & knowledge of constructability and best practices across multiple-disciplined design teams.
We are experts at carrying out modeling and analysis required for any installation methodology. We work closely with engineers across our marine and fabrication teams, as well as specialist contractors, to enable fully engineered installation solutions.
Ariosh provided FEED and detailed design to Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) for the drilling of new Non Associated Gas (NAG) wells and modifications to Makaraba production platform to include condensate separation from gas. The wet gas was sent to the bridge connected to the Nigeria Gas Company (NGC) facility for dehydration.
The scope involves Detailed Engineering, Procurement, Fabrication, offshore installation and Commissioning and Start-up for the installation of choke valves and accompanying software integration as a permanent solution to the slugging of the riser/flowline systems when production drops below minimum stable rates.
Ariosh provided Detailed Engineering Design (DED) for the installation of a helicopter refueling System onboard the Sea Eagle FSPO operating in the EA field, which is located offshore Warri, to enhance the flexibility of Sea Eagle Operation via Lagos-Sea Eagle-Lagos route.