Novelties in the Deepwater Subsea Field Architecture
Thursday, 5 May
Technical / Poster Session
The deepwater subsea infrastructure consists of multiple key components, characterized with specific technological advances; features that enables the production of oil and gas from the extreme deepwater environment. This session will be presenting new innovations in the deepwater field architecture solutions, building blocks, including the Pipe-in-Pipe systems, the Electrically Heat-traced Flowline (EHTF), and other innovative solutions for crossing sharp slopes, piggability detection during pipeline laying operation, and structural movement of subsea structures.
- Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP)
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Oceanic and Engineering Society (IEEE-OES)
- Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
0930-0952 31987High Performance Heated Pipe-in-pipes: Comparative Constructability Study For Remote Subsea Tiebacks
0952-1014 31738Holistic BOP Management Through Integrated Technologies
1014-1036 31817Design And Analysis Of Electrically Heat-traced Flowline (ehtf) Pipeline End Manifold (plem) Using Seven Vega
1036-1058 31935Underwater Cold Bending - A Novel Solution For Offshore Pipelines Crossing Sharp Slope Transitions
1058-1120 32113Integrated Acoustic Unit (I.A.U.): A Novel Technology For Continuous Piggability Detection During Pipeline Laying Operation
1120-1142 32131Use Of Computer Vision For Monitoring Of Slow Varying Displacements On Subsea Structures.
1142-1204 31726Review Of Hydrodynamic Coefficients For Riser Design