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Electrification for a Sustainable Offshore Industry: Part II

2022 Technical Program


Electrification for a Sustainable Offshore Industry: Part II

Thursday, 5 May
Technical / Poster Session
Sustainability targets, environmental regulatory pressures, the Paris agreement, and market realities have all inspired the oil and gas Industry to look for more energy-efficient, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective solutions for its mature basins as well as new, remote, and deep-water frontiers. Several developments and projects have been executed or are on-going for offshore electrification of systems implementing Clean Energy, both subsea and topsides, with an end goal to support this ambition. Electrification requires an efficient solution to convert electric power transmitted to the field into mechanical motion to operate components. Size, weight, power efficiency, cost and equipment availability play key factors in determining the outcome. Innovative approaches can be implemented for generating electricity via renewable sources for such systems. This session is intended for professionals who are interested in the ongoing and future electrification endeavors in the offshore industry. It presents papers with initiatives, lessons learned and case studies on technologies, challenges, and opportunities for utilizing electrification in subsea and topsides equipment to promote sustainability of this industry.
Inchul Jang - MOOG Inc.
Parth Pathak - Schlumberger
Michael Romer - Exxon Mobil Corporation
Sponsoring Societies:
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Oceanic and Engineering Society (IEEE-OES)
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    Electric Subsea Valve Operations - The 20 First Years
    G.R. Halvorsen, H. Vedeld, Equinor ASA; S. Moe, G. Røed, TechnipFMC
  • 1422-1444 31929
    Challenges And Opportunities For Subsea Electrical Power Systems For High Power Subsea Processing And Boosting Applications: Hisep™ Study Case
    A.M. de Oliveira, A.A. Gonçalves, W.A. Da Silva, L.T. Costa, F.M. PASSARELLI, PETROBRAS
  • 1444-1506 32129
    Enabling All-Electric Subsea Control Systems Without Compromising Safety - A Case Study Comparing Functional Safety Systems Using Springs Or Batteries
    A. Orth, A. Placido Neto, G. Hendrix, Bosch Rexroth
  • 1506-1528 32028
    Key Technology Qualification Of A Full Scale Subsea Chemical Storage And Injection System
    A.J. Schroeder, Jr., J.E. Chitwood, T.A. Gay, Subsea Shuttle, LLC; J. Gillespie, Y. Lee, Y. Lee, LiquidPower Specialty Products Inc
  • 1528-1550 32001
    Integrated Active Heating And Subsea Boosting Technologies To Unlock Long Tie-back Reservoirs With Flow Assurance Challenges
    R. Jez, R. Eretveit, M. Lazarczyk, J. Ejma-Multanski, R. Vivet, M. Liszka, E. Champagne, TechnipFMC
  • 1550-1612 32037
    Innovative Subsea Electrical Field Architecture And Technology Solutions For Longer Tiebacks And Offshore Energy Management
    J. Manach, J. Verdeil, V. Bouzard, Subsea 7; A. Serrentino, B. Sommer, J. Floeisand, OneSubsea
  • 1612-1634 31943
    Introduction To New Technology Applications, Data Acquisition Capabilities, And Features Of The All-electric Boosting Control System
    T. Melheim, OneSubsea Processing; C. Mahler, OneSubsea; K. Bergtun, OneSubsea Processing



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