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Estimation of labour requirement for new offshore facility
« on: October 31, 2006, 03:18:42 AM »
Have any of you come accross any quantitative method for estimation of labour requirement for offshore facility?

I've heard of a method called "LUND" method established by Shell International (SIPM). Unfortunately, I have problem to get a copy of the original reference:

Guidelines for Appropriate Manning Levels for New Offshore Installations, SLIM Volume III,
SIPM Report EP 88-2403, December 1988.

I need only section 3.7.2 and Figure 5a of the above reference. Can anyone help me or recommend me other method?

Thanks. Hope to get your reply soonest.

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Re: Estimation of labour requirement for new offshore facility
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2006, 03:01:20 PM »
Hello ken90000,

Unfortunately, I do not know of a publically-available estimation of labour requirements for offshore facilities.  Most engineering companies have some form of estimation, but all are highly proprietary, and are typically built in-house.

 I wish that I could help further.


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