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Typical requirements for Hook-up Execution Plan when dealing with extended well testing?

asked Aug 29, 2015 in Commission by russelbraley (435 points)
Can someone recommend typical requirements for Hook-up Execution Plan when dealing with extended well testing?

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answered Aug 29, 2015 by AngelPenavega (1,025 points)

The Hook-up execution plan should include the followings as a minimum:

  • List of hook-up contractors and what each will be installing
  • Vessel composition for each hook-up spread or work sites
  • List of hook-up contractors and the activities that each contractor hook-up spread will be involved in
  • Address the manning, skill and experience level of the work force
  • Address the tools and equipment to accomlish the work
  • List interfaces between disciplines
  • Provide a single page hook-up summary schedule with milestones
  • Provide details of the permit to work
  • Provide details regarding schedule control, progress measurement and change control
  • Preliminary completion plan
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answered Aug 30, 2015 by AngelPenavega (1,025 points)

The following resources should be considered for each particular project:

  • Hydrotest and leak test equipment
  • NDE (ultrasonic, radiographic, etc.)
  • Electrical and instrumentation tools
  • Scaffolding, rigging, fitting, welding equipment and tools inventory
  • Office space
  • Communications
  • Conference and assembly areas
  • Assembly and staging areas
  • Accommodations
  • Vessel name
  • Age
  • Class and certification authority
  • Capacity (lift, launch, transport, speed)
  • Vessel layout
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