Kent secures FEED contract for Hejre HPHT development offshore Denmark from INEOS

May 15, 2024

(WO) – Kent has been awarded a key Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) contract for the INEOS Hejre project. This prestigious award was won in a competitive bid. According to Kent, the company was chosen because of its extensive expertise and capabilities in the subsea and offshore sectors.

The Hejre project, an offshore High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) development, is in the Danish portion of the North Sea. It is planned as a tie-back to the South Arne field, utilizing the existing Hejre jacket structure.

Kent's responsibilities under this contract include the complete FEED design for the pipeline, tie-in spools, retrofit risers, and subsea power & fiber optics cable.

Usman Darr, Engineering and Consulting Managing Director for the UK at Kent, expressed his enthusiasm about the project, stating, "We are thrilled to continue our partnership with INEOS Energy Denmark on the Hejre project. Having successfully completed the pre-FEED for the full project scope, this new phase allows us to further demonstrate our robust FEED capabilities and deep understanding of the unique challenges in subsea and offshore engineering, particularly in the challenging conditions of the North Sea."

Rasmus Enemark-Rasmussen, Project Manager at INEOS, added, "We are delighted to deepen our collaboration with Kent. Their performance in the Hejre pre-FEED phase, coupled with their pivotal role in vital energy transition projects like Greensand, underscores the strength and importance of our ongoing partnership."


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