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'RGE's approach was to integrate design with manufacture and construction, by controlling the work distribution across specialist companies in the group. This makes it possible to start both fabrication and construction before the design is complete, shortening project lead times and reducing costs. Now, the construction of the facility almost always runs in parallel with the design work.'It was ambitious of us to develop our business in this way. However, oil & gas clients urgently needed rapid construction of new facilities, so they were ready to move to a new principle for project implementation.' Integrated project engineering conceptRGE realised early on that they needed new engineering tools to support their integrated project engineering concept. After a thorough evaluation process lasting almost a year, the AVEVA Plant portfolio of products was selected. With support and training provided by AVEVA's Moscow office, AVEVA PDMS was implemented in 2007 at NIPI NGH, RGE's engineering and design company.'Before implementing AVEVA Plant,' Ilshat Valiullin told us, 'RGE had limited experience with other 2D and 3D systems, but the results were not satisfactory. There were a number of compelling reasons for choosing AVEVA Plant. It enables concurrent working between different design disciplines, through its database functions and clash-detection mechanisms. AVEVA's Integrated Engineering and Design capabilities provide powerful management tools and we've been able to scale our system implementation in line with the company's rapid growth. The AVEVA team in Russia has been extremely supportive and has worked very closely with us to help us achieve our ambitious goals. This support was critical to our success.'The Vankor Infrastructure Development is a prestigious project executed by RGE, where the design part was executed by NIPI NGH using AVEVA Plant. The Vankor oil & gas field in eastern Siberia is being developed by Vankorneft, an upstream subsidiary of their customer, Rosneft. AVEVA Plant was used for the design and fabrication of gas condensate treatment units. AVEVA World Magazine 2012|Issue 207'Before implementing AVEVA Plant, RGE had limited experience with other 2D and 3D systems, but the results were not satisfactory. There were a number of compelling reasons for choosing AVEVA Plant. It enables concurrent working between different design disciplines, through its database functions and clash-detection mechanisms. AVEVA's Integrated Engineering and Design capabilities provide powerful management tools and we've been able to scale our system implementation in line with the company's rapid growth. The AVEVA team in Russia has been extremely supportive and has worked very closely with us to help us achieve our ambitious goals. This support was critical to our success...'Ilshat Valiullin, President of RGE. Photograph courtesy of RGE.www.aveva.com/45years

08AVEVA World Magazine 2012|Issue 2The Beregovoye gas condensate field in western Siberia and the Uritsa gas treatment plant in the Czech Republic are two further comprehensive projects among many in which RGE is using AVEVA Plant for the design and engineering work.Today, there are more than 150 engineers trained on PDMS working at the head office in Podolsk and the branch offices in Ufa, Tumen and Stavropol.Since 2007, RGE has been using PDMS to build complete, very detailed 3D models of oil & gas facilities for their customers. This high level of detail in the digital models enables the automatic extraction of drawings, Bills of Materials, and other documents and data for fabrication and construction. The automation of these deliverables dramatically reduces the time needed for the creation of production documentation, leading to a shorter overall project schedule.Multi-site concurrent workingAVEVA Global, AVEVA's solution for multi-site concurrent working, was implemented in July 2009 at NIPI NGH's head office and at its branch offices in Ufa, Tumen and Stavropol. AVEVA Global enables distributed engineering offices to work concurrently on the same plant model.The Vankor Infrastructure Development project, mentioned above, is a good example of the company's use of AVEVA PDMS with AVEVA Global. This project, which was carried out by 42 PDMS specialists located at several sites, started in 2010 and was completed in 2011.Nikolay Maximenko, Head of the CAD Department at NIPI NGH said, 'The use of PDMS and AVEVA Global allows us to deploy staff in a more accurate and dynamic way. We are able to transfer the work to whichever team is best qualified in a particular area or discipline. The transfer process is quick and reliable. It also allows us to be sure that information is updated on a regular basis and that project teams are always working with the The Uritsa gas treatment plant designed in AVEVA PDMS. Photograph courtesy of RGE.Right: AVEVA PDMS model from the Uritsa gas treatment plant project. Image courtesy of RGE.