Subsea International 1993

Subsea International 1993 : Low Cost Subsea Production Systems

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The three parts of this volume - technical refinement; technical innovation and project management and risk minimization - reflect the areas of opportunity for improved cost effective techniques for exploration and production of oil and gas in the North Sea and worldwide. This text should be of use to engineers and scientists interested in the latest advances in technology and resource management that will reduce costs and continue to enhance the safe exploration of oil and gas resources. It comprises a selection of contributions presented at the International Conference Subsea International '93, held 28-29 April 1993 in Aberdeen.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 180 pages
  • 12.7 x 156 x 12.7mm | 430.92g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
  • English
  • 19 SW-Abb.
  • 0792322436
  • 9780792322436

Table of contents

Session One: Technical Refinement. Low Cost, Autonomous, Subsea Water Injection Systems; W.D. Loth, C. Walker. Flexible Pipeline Systems: the Way Forward; E. McGennis, A. Marion. The Towed Pipeline Technique as a means of Installing a Connected Structure; C. Smith. Future Riser Requirements, a Low Cost Solution; A. Brackenridge. MANTA - a Bottom Line Concept; R. Barnes. Session Two: Technical Innovation. Building in Cost Saving - Diver Reconnectable Umbilical Weak Link Protection System; M.G. Warren. Subsea Metering for Fiscal Allocation and Well Test Applications; W.G. Edwards. Flexible Pipe Materials for Aggressive Hydrocarbon Applications; J.T. Hill, J.C. Measamer. Development of a Gas Expander Generator for Subsea Power Generation; P. O'Connell. Autonomous Control System (SPARCS) for Low Cost Subsea Production Systems; M. Theobold. Session Three: Project Management and Risk Minimisation. Impacts of Weather and Climate on the Offshore Industry; J.C. Thomson. Total Project Concepts for Subsea Developments; C.D. Moss, L.A. Adam. The Client/Contractor Relationship: Is Trust an Outmoded Concept? J. Lane. Hyde - Sharing Risk and Rewards; C. Rhodes, D. Finch. Risk Management in the Oil Industry: Indemnities and Insurance; C. Sprague.
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