SPE Offshore Europe Conference and Exhibition

3-6 September 2019, Aberdeen, UK

Number of conference papers: 72

Day 4
6 September 2019

Session 14: Technologies for a Mature Basin

The North Sea is an acknowledged mature basin, as such it is driving a number of specific techniques to ensure it remains competitive in today's oil and gas market. By highlighting the application of new and novel technology this session will showcase a number of ways that this goal can be met. The presentation of case studies will show practical and achievable ways in which the development of the basin can continue in the face of ever increasing competition.

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Jackson, A. C., Chevron Corporation
Dean, R. M., Chevron Corporation
Lyon, J., Chevron Corporation
Dwarakanath, V., Chevron Corporation
Alexis, D., Chevron Corporation
Poulsen, A., Chevron Corporation
Espinosa, D., Chevron Corporation
195747-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Brian, Tom, Total E&P UK Inc
Hawthorn, Andy, Baker Hughes a GE Company
Groves, Duncan, Baker Hughes a GE Company
195767-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Roberts, Ruby, Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University
Flin, Rhona, Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University
Millar, David, Oil and Gas Technology Centre
Corradi, Luca, Oil and Gas Technology Centre
195724-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Alahmad, Mohammad, Total E&P UK Limited
Eatough, Oliver, Total E&P UK Limited
195725-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Carvalho, Gabriela Luisa, Weatherford
Adenipekun, Adedokun, Petrofac
Ignjatic, Sasa, Petrofac
Hunter, Angus, Petrofac
Clay, Tim, Tullow Oil
Stoian, Emil, Weatherford
195718-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Boero-Rollo, Jean-Grégoire, Total E&P Congo
Long, Jérôme, Total E&P Congo
195786-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Session 15: Subsea Flow Assurance

Subsea production systems are exponentially increasing step-outs from gathering and processing facilities, generating both challenges and opportunities to develop strategies which both minimise risk and maximise production, while targeting lowest cost means of managing those objectives. This session explores a number of different approaches taken by operators who have developed major subsea flowline gathering infrastructure, looking at combinations of physical design features, optimised understanding of the hydrocarbon chemistry and management of wax deposition, hydrate formation and corrosion inhibition while maximising ultimate recovery from the field. Hear from both operators and researchers how they have approached the varied challenges each have faced and how effective their actual or potential solutions are.

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Rolland, Julien, Total E&P
Henneuse, Xavier, TechnipFMC / Genesis
Balagué, Benoit, Total E&P
Jackson, Mark, Independent Contractor
195736-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Hatscher, Stephan, Wintershall Norge AS
Ugueto, Luis, Wintershall Norge AS
195784-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Makwashi, Nura, Division of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, London South Bank University
Barros, Delcia Soraia David, Division of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, London South Bank University
Sarkodie, Kwame, Division of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, London South Bank University
Zhao, Donglin, Division of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, London South Bank University
Diaz, Pedro A., Division of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, London South Bank University
195752-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Rolland, Julien, Total E&P
Devoisselle, Romain, Total E&P
Daures, Remi, Independent Contractor
Glénat, Philippe, Total E&P
Pagézy, Ludovic, Total E&P
195704-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Vatland, Svein, ABB
Ingebrigtsen, Stian, ABB
Pretlove, John, ABB
Nesheim, Henning, ABB
195787-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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