Subsea processing has been a topical subject for many years and only now are we beginning to see to come to fruition. The space is ripe for innovative both at the macro and micro solutions level. The potential for such in field implementation are probably directed at challenging environments specifically deep and ultra-deep water in probably remote, far off locations even potentially under ice. This suite of papers at OE 2015 offers an insight into the technological development being undertaken by the industry to address challenging environments which includes some aspects of subsea processing and the potential difficulties of its installation.
Session Chair: Philip Cooper, Independent Consultant and Gordon Drummond, Subsea 7
175454 Managing Uncertainty to Deliver Sustainable Unmanned Operations
B. Gordon, R.Duncanson, Woodside Energy
175514 Improving Erosion Assessment Through High-Fidelity CFD Simulation Methods
N. Barton, M. Lewis, P. Emmerson, Xodus Group Ltd.
175470 - The Economics of EOR Schemes in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS)
A.G. Kemp, L. Stephen, University of Aberdeen
175524 - Maintaining Response Readiness for Subsea Well Control Incidents
N. Munro, J. Burroughs, C. Lund, Oil Spill Response Ltd
175438 - Designing and Testing ROVs for High Reliability
A. Dickson, FMC Technologies - Schilling Robotics
175456 - First Deployment of the Underwater Drill Rig MEBO200 in the North Sea and its applications for the Geotechnical Exploration.
G. Spagnoli, S. Finkenzeller, BAUER Maschinen GmbH; T. Freudenthal, University of Bremen; T. Hoekstra, M. Woollard, O.Storteboom, A.P. van den Berg Ingenieursburo bv; L. Weixler, BAUER Maschinen GmbH