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Technip Energies is a leader in process design, licensing and construction of petrochemical and polymer units, including basic chemicals, intermediate and derivative plants.

Our services range from development of conceptual studies to full engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of complexes based on dozens of technologies, proprietary or via license agreements. 

We anticipate our clients’ requirements, commitments and expectations, fostering technologies and engineering solutions that meet future energy scenarios and promote more sustainable operations. 

Basic Engineering Design (BED)

Our basic engineering design services cover: 

  • Preparation of material balances, process flowsheets 

  • Preparation of plant layout for further development during detail design 

  • Development of piping and instrument diagrams including HAZOP documentation 

  • Process Data sheets equipment and instruments


  • Preparation of duty specifications for defined package units 

  • Specification of utilities 

  • Specification of emissions and effluents 

  • Definition and design of control and safety devices 

Front End Engineering Design (FEED)

Front End Engineering Design covers mechanical data sheets of equipment, starting from the process specifications issued during the BED and incorporating the specific requirements of codes and standards to be applied to the project. It includes among others: 

  • Preparation of detailed data sheets including utility units and off-sites as per contract 

  • Hydraulic calculations and detailed equipment sizing 

  • Preliminary Material Take-Off for cost estimates 

  • Vendor discussion and technical bid analysis 

  • Cost estimates based on vendor offers 

  • Preparation of tender packages for detailed design and plant construction 

  • Development of detailed piping studies, plot plans and hazardous areas 

  • Elaboration of instrumentation, electrical design and lay-out 

  • Development of civil design and lay-out finalization 

  • Overall Utility balances and Safety valve design 

  • Hazardous area definition