02T Subsea

02T Subsea

03 Sep 2019, 14:30 - 16:30

Room 4
Language:
English

Subsea – a small word for a huge area of the industry which is key to unlocking MER UK. Subsea solutions offer efficient access to existing infrastructure, have the potential improve overall operating efficiency by keeping equipment and facilities on the sea bed and, as we have seen in recent history, are critical for responding to major incidents. For this session, our presenters bring together papers covering the whole range from incident escalation prevention to new technologies for subsea inspection and chemical injection. These papers are intended to educate; enlighten and stimulate discussion.

 

1430 | TBC

1500 | Environmentally Friendly Subsea Pipeline Decommissioning

R. McGarry, Webtool; D. Fielder, Webtool (Allspeeds)

1530 | Enhancing Industry Subsea Well Intervention Response Capabilities

N. Munro, A. Myers, C. Lund, R. Neate, Oil Spill Response Ltd

1600 | The Subsea Pipeline Inspection Paradigm - What Next ?

C. Shand, Shell UK Ltd

Alternate

Capping Stack Landing Analysis: Dispelling Commonly Held Industry Misconceptions

A.J. Cuthbert, Boots & Coots, A Halliburton Service; S. Fitzgerald, Intuitive Machines

Effects of the Pipelines External Coating Technology Selection in the Definition of the Pipeline Design Strategy

T. Mantegazza, F. Negro, E. Gildemyn, M. Savazzi, Eni SpA

Qualification of a Novel Subsea Chemical Injection System

C. Leon, M. Duarte e Silva, Oceaneering International

 

Contributors

  • D. Fielder

    Artist

    Webtool (Allspeeds)

  • Andrew Brooks

    Chairperson

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