L&N unveils turnkey subsea service

L&N Scotland has introduced Synthesis to help subsea operators address constraints during product integration phases.

Synthesis
Synthesis

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UKL&N Scotland has introduced Synthesis to help subsea operators address constraints during product integration phases.

This is described as a full turnkey support package with all small-bored tubing lines staged in reverse fitment order, along with all line and assembly sequence documentation for ease of installation.

The company thereby aims to deliver an “intelligent purchasing model” for subsea operators. Conventional methods for obtaining a complete subsea system have commonly required operators to procure all component parts through multiple suppliers and purchase orders, whereas Synthesis is said to eliminate the complexity associated with these traditional methods.

Through early design engineering engagement, Synthesis is said to ensure that product design and execution models are optimized and routed bespoke to any subsea structure.

As a result, the service can be applied to subsea applications ranging from manifolds to christmas trees, umbilical termination assemblies, and subsea distribution units.

03/28/2017

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