Since our organizations inception in 2007, Raeluce has utilized piping engineering knowledge and the latest industry practice to provide technical analysis services to the process industries. This assistance has supported clients in meeting their obligations in respect of the Pressure Equipment Directive - by ensuring safe designs based upon anticipated loading conditions, connected equipment, piping materials and testing requirements, geometry and weights.
We understand that pipework isn’t as simple as just being a means of conveying fluid. It’s a system requiring considerable engineering, planning, construction and the right materials specifications - based upon operational experience, materials properties, corrosion characteristics, testing requirements and loading conditions. Procuring materials to the right specification is as critical to maintaining system integrity as the engineering design itself.
Our growth plan is based upon meeting the need to ensure safe piping materials to the satisfaction of our clients, legislation and other stakeholders alike. We work with clients and suppliers to match site needs with manufacturer capabilities. This can be from providing an EN10204 certificate of manufacture to a standard specification, or meeting a more stringent, bespoke site specification with additional chemistry, mechanical testing and NDE requirements.
Our reference list contains some well-known Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) clients and end users in the energy sector:
2016 - Morson Projects; energy from waste plant - piping stress analysis. End user - Derby County Council
2014 / 2015 – Fluor: onshore gas terminal - piping stress analysis. End user - Conoco Phillips
2013 / 2014 – Petrofac: offshore topsides, Floating Production Facility (FPF) - piping stress analysis. End user - Ithaca Energy
2013 - Wood Group Mustang: offshore topsides, Central Processing Facility (CPF) - piping stress analysis. End user - Inpex
2012 – AMEC: onshore oil extraction facility, tar sands - piping stress analysis. End user - Suncor Energy
2012 - Worley Parsons: onshore storage facility - piping stress analysis. End user - Transnet
2012 - Wood Group PSN: onshore gas terminal - piping stress analysis. End user - Shell
2011 / 2012 - Wood Group Mustang: offshore fixed platform - piping stress analysis. End user - BP
2010 / 2011 - Costain Oil, Gas and Process: nuclear waste treatment plant - piping stress analysis. End user - Sellafield
2009 / 2010 - Jacobs Engineering: refining, petrochemicals and agrochemicals complex - piping stress analysis. End user - Ineos
2009 - Projen PLC: oil & gas storage - piping stress analysis. End user - Greenergy
2008 / 2009 - Stopford Projects: oil & gas storage - piping stress analysis. End user - BP
2007 / 2008 - Foster Wheeler: refining and petrochemicals complex - piping design engineering. End user - Shell