SUT: Assessment of ecosystems, use of technology and new approaches to decommissioning of offshore structures

SUT: Assessment of ecosystems, use of technology and new approaches to decommissioning of offshore structures

06 Sep 2017, 14:30 - 16:30

Decom Theatre

Language:
English

Can rapidly evolving autonomous underwater vehicle technology help us to assess seabed structures and environments, and how much do we know about the biological communities that live below the surface? Can ROVs help with recovery of large components from the seafloor? - and a new approach to safe and cost effective decommissioning of subsea wells. 

 

1430-1435      Welcome & Introductions – Stephen Hall, CEO Society for Underwater Technology 

1435-1455     “Use of marine autonomous systems in decommissioning” – Daniel Jones, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton UK

1455-1515      “What lives beneath?” – Andrew Guerin, University of Newcastle

1515-1535      “ROV technology and mattress recovery” – Andrew Crawford, UTROV

1535-1545      "Technology to aid decommissioning” - Mark Lawrence, DeepOcean Ltd

1545-1625      “A ground-breaking approach to the safe & cost-efficient decommissioning of subsea wells” – Glenn Wilson, Chief Technical Officer, Well-                             Safe Solutions 

1625-1630       Final Q&As

 

Contributors

  • Stephen Hall

    Chairperson

    CEO

    Society for Underwater Technology

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