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FEED Engineering

FEED (Front End Engineering Design) means Basic Engineering which is conducted after completion of Conceptual Design or Feasibility Study. At this stage, before start of EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction), various studies take place to figure out technical issues and estimate rough investment cost. This work is normally contracted to EPC contractors such as Chiyoda, as an optional contract or through bidding. The product of the activity is called “FEED Package” which amounts up to dozens of files and will be the basis of bidding for EPC Contract.

Project Execution Plan

We prepare project execution plan (PEP) to define specific target goals of your projects as well as how and when the team intends to accomplish them.

Specifications & Standards

We prepare specifications and standards of your projects that convey your requirements to suppliers to allow the product or service to be designed, engineered, produced, or operated by means of conventional or stipulated equipment, techniques, and technology.

P&ID

We prepare process and instrumentation diagrams of your process plant based on selected process solution in order to suppliers to develop their proposal in expected way.

Line & Equipment Lists

We prepare line and equipment lists which are documents or databases used to allow process and mechanical engineering teams to communicate when designing piping in a plant or facility.

3D Modelling

During FEED, we prepare 3D models of your process plant in different level of details (LOD, eg. LOD100, LOD200, LOD300) in order to have ability to overview the selected solution of process.

HAZOP & SIL Reports

We prapare Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP) and Safety Integrity Level (SIL) reports in order suppliers to consider the safer setups for their solutions to be proposed.

Our experience driven solid process

The FEED or FEE stage (Front-End Engineering Design) – sometimes Basic Engineering, ‘Define’ or ‘FEL-3’ phase – usually follows after the pre-FEED stage (or the ‘Select’ / ‘FEL-2’ phase). Based on the pre-FEED deliverables (mainly the Basis of Design and FEED Scope of Work), Basic Engineering will be completed with the “FEED Package” as a final result. The FEED Package forms the basis for contract bidding for the ‘Execution’ phase: Engineering (Detailed Design), Procurement and Construction – often carried out by one main EPC contractor.

While the FEED stage on average “only” represents 2% of the total project execution cost, it can save up to 30% on further design and execution cost if done well. With the end in mind, it is also wise to involve construction and operations teams early on. By the end of the FEED stage, a final investment decision (FID) needs to be made for the engineering project. At this point – with a clear picture of the project scope and cost, and a relatively small part of overall budget spent – there is still a chance to abandon the project if not economically viable or cost-effective after all.

Key deliverables and outputs

- Operating philosophy

- Project Execution Plan

- Master document register (MDR)

- HAZOP or SIL reports (process safety studies)

- Specifications and standards

- Final Plot Plan

- P&ID drawings (Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams)

- Equipment Lists & Specifications (though no equipment is procured yet)

- Line Lists

- Operating philosophy

- Project Execution Plan

- Master document register (MDR)

- HAZOP or SIL reports (process safety studies)

- Specifications and standards

- Final Plot Plan

- P&ID drawings (Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams)

- Equipment Lists & Specifications (though no equipment is procured yet)