No doubt, you encountered some challenges developing this. What was you experience as the team lead?
Really, it is a combination of technology, logistics and then resilience. Science and engineering are very basic acrossboard. So, we were basically engineers firstof all (petroleum engineers) before we became marine engineers . We looked at the fundamentals ofwhat is required tobe able to carry this out rather than putting it on a pipe; then put it on a barge and send it out.
, we have companies that fabricate these vessels; we have companies that did engineering, and so through our subsisting company calledImpac engineering, we did engineering of the systems from scratch. We did the detailed engineering and then handed it over to our fabrication company, Energy Works Technology (EWT).
So, EWT fabricated the systems and then we transported everything to the field based with national integration capability. We could install and integrate. We got one equipment – the crude oil dehydrators from the international markets that we bought from the United States andNestoil installed and integrated the dish. Our team again, the engineering team went through commissioning those facilities.