OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

Novelties in the Deepwater Subsea Field Architecture

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Novelties in the Deepwater Subsea Field Architecture

Thursday 5 May
602
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.
Chairperson(s)
Philippe Rondy - Total E&P
Joseph Song-manguelle - Oak Ridge National Lab
Scott Ogier - Chevron Corporation