Client: HWCG Location: Gulf of Mexico HWCG needed to develop a flow-and-capture system that employs two MODUs complete with test spreads in the emergency case of a hydrocarbon spill from a subsea well in the Gulf of Mexico. The intention was to increase capture capability of the leaked product compared to existing systems in place from 50M BOPD to circa 75M BOPD. A high level concept was proposed that required a flowline system to transfer the fluid between the two riser stack ups. Deepwater scenarios were up to 10,000 feet and pressures up to 15,000 psi. Scope Basis of design development to gather and collate all data pertinent to the design workHAZID workshop to identify project hazards and risk register development to aid decision makingFlow assurance analysis to determine the capacity of the proposed systemFlowline mechanical design and jumper analysis to establish suitable configurationMaterial selection recommendationFlow induced vibration assessment of the systemPLETs definitionJumper and connection system definitionSecond end flowline hub definitionOffshore construction definitionInstallation and recovery methodologiesPre-commissioning, operating and decommissioning philosophies.The level of technical development achieved during this FEED work also enabled development of Class 3 cost estimates and a high level project execution schedule. Features Multidiscipline integrated project teamFocused on client and project deliveryDeveloped specifications required for detailed designProved feasibility for range of conditions.