OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

Alternate Session: Competitive Energy Transition

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Alternate Session: Competitive Energy Transition

Monday, 1 May
Technical / Poster Session
Chairperson(s)
Rakshith Naik , bp
Benton LeBlanc , Okeanus Science & Technology, LLC
  • 1400-1418 32547
    Optimizing Value Generation From Subsurface H2s Utilizing An Innovative Deep Learning Framework
    K. Katterbauer, A.A. Alshehri, A.S. Al-Qasim, Saudi Aramco PE&D
  • 1420-1438 32335
    Realizing Net Zero Carbon Emissions For Sustainability Of Existing And Aging Facilities
    Y. CHAN, PETRONAS (Kuala Lumpur); M. Muhammad Yasin, S. Muhamad, Petronas
  • 1440-1458 32525
    Comparison Of Decarbonization Pathways For Offshore Platforms: Technology Solutions To Address Key Implementation Challenges
    M.G. Araujo Fresky, Araujo's Services and Consulting; Y.C. Araujo De Itriago, SGS North America Inc.
  • 1500-1518 32282
    How Texas Can Become The Leader In Offshore Wind In North And South America By Using New Technology And Leveraging Existing Infrastructure And Expertise
    S.A. Shelley, VL Offshore, LLC; T. Griffith, University of Texas at Dallas; S. Boo, VL Offshore; W.H. Luyties, Pacific Sky Productions
  • 1520-1538 32245
    Scenarios For Subsea Fields Decarbonation: A Mapping Of Potential Power Schemes And Solutions
    T. Delaplace, Saipem SA
  • 1540-1558 32343
    How American Based Hvdc And Oss Offshore Wind Substations Can Profit From The European Learning Curve
    B.A. Groeneveld, InterDam BV
  • 1600-1618 32514
    An Engineering Based Approach For Net Zero Emissions Analysis To Address Energy Transition Successfully
    O. BENYESSAAD, S. Taxy, DORIS Group
  • Alternate 32433
    Brazil In The Energy Transition: Production And Consumption Of Hydrogen.
    L.M. Mello, Universidade Federal do Ceará
  • Alternate 32381
    Scalable Geothermal Energy Potential From Sedimentary Basins And Leveraging Oil And Gas Industry Experience: Case Studies From Texas Gulf Coast
    S. Salehi, University of Oklahoma; D. Rehg, Criterion Energy Partners
  • Alternate 32283
    Advanced Analytic Tool Development <For> GHG Emissions Monitoring In Well Operations
    V. Iorio, Eni S.p.A.; D. Farina, Eni SpA; S. Racca, Eni Agip SpA; L. Dal Forno, Eni E&P; G. Ricci Maccarini, Eni SpA; F. Concina, Kwantis