Late Life Management of Subsea Systems

Late Life Management of Subsea Systems

06 Sep 2019, 10:00 - 12:00

Decom Theatre
Language:
English

With focus on MER UK (Maximising Economic Recovery), the subsea sector plays a crucial role in extending the life of a field or asset. Decommissioning is the ‘end game’ and timing of COP (cease of production) is a critical date in the life of an asset.

It is essential that value from a field or asset has been fully realised in the decommissioning planning stage and consideration is given to the options available for late life operations.

There are many systems and technologies that assist in managing integrity and help improve production performance.

This session will cover topics in the following areas:

  • Remote Operations and Interventions
  • Smart Subsea Technologies
  • Data Acquisition and Analytics
  • Subsea tie-back efficiencies

 

Speakers and Presentation titles:

Session Chair:  Neil Gordon, CEO, Subsea UK

 

10:00 – 10:10      Introduction and Overview, Neil Gordon, Subsea UK

10:10 – 10:25      Energy storage for power to subsea control systems, Paul Slorach, EC-OG

10:25 – 10:40      The role of subsea LiDAR in subsea life extension, Julian Richards, 3D at Depth

10:40 – 10:55      Smart Subsea Technologies – 3D Real Time Data – Acquisitions of Anomalies Buried Beneath

                             the Seabed, Moya Cahill, PanGeo Subsea

10:55 – 11:10      Late life and the supply chain:  Technology, TOTEX and Tiebacks, Romain Chambault, Director Europe –

                             Oilfield Equipment, Baker Hughes GE

11:10 – 11:25      Subsea tie-in and pipeline reconfiguration in the North Sea without depressurising the entire system,

                             Dale Millward, Technical Advisor, STATS Group

11:25 – 11:40      The subsea well access toolkit, Donald Horsfall, Subsea Sales Manager, Expro

11:55 – 12:00      Q&A and Summing Up

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