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Conceptual and FEED

Front-end engineering design (FEED), conceptual studies and world-class experience inform our understanding for reliable results.

Wood has broad cross-sector capability in conceptual studies and early FEED work across the asset life cycle.

Our work in this area covers feasibility, concept selection, definition, pre-FEED and planning. With a wealth of industry experience and asset familiarity to draw upon, we can provide commercially sound options to help customers make the right decisions and move forward with confidence.

We have conducted hundreds of FEED and conceptual studies for large-scale assets and complex facilities, helping customers make informed decisions based on real-world information and extensive operational experience.

Quality input at this stage leads to a more efficient design process, improved safety and early identification of risks.

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