Attendance to Deep Dive Tiebacks with Seafloor Pumping will teach you everything you need to know before attending MPUR on May 3, 2018 in Houston.
*** Ticket to this event also includes admission to MPUR.
While the long-term value of deepwater fields is well established, sanctioning of these projects in the current low-price environment is a challenge. Seabed boosting is emerging as an enabling technology; one that has matured to the point of being both affordable and reliable. When integrated with a subsea tieback completion this system can liberate stranded fields by eliminating surface piercing structures and dramatically improving the economics of a project.
In some application, this technology, introduced as part of an integrated system, can not only eliminate the need for a surface facility, but reduce the number of production wells being drilled. With the proper boosting system, early production can be regulated to ensure Capex recovery without risk to the formation or overall life of the field.
Locations and Dates:
Houston,TX - April 27, 2018- Facility: Chevron Corporate Office in Downtown Houston
You will learn:
This Deep Dive Course will explore the various components of such a system and how they work together to improve overall recovery and reduce costs. Beyond the hardware and technology, Deep Dive will examine various development scenarios where a seabed booster system would impact the economics of a greenfield, or redevelopment project.
Why leave deepwater discoveries untapped? Subsea tiebacks present an affordable option to bring stranded fields online now.
This one-day course will focus on the various element of subsea tieback architecture with an emphasis on clearing the Final Investment Decision. Attendees will learn about various subsea production scheme that meet near-term financial/production targets without sacrificing long-term viability.
Taught by subject matter experts from both operator and vender companies, this course will be presented with the aid of real-world examples. Learn how to extend the reach of subsea tiebacks and eliminate the need for additional HUB facilities, without flow assurance issues, slugging or unscheduled shut ins.
Subsea booster pumps are just one aspect of a complex subsea tieback design. Attendees will become familiar with the various components of such a system and how these components can be mixed and matches to address specific challenges. These challenges include lack of existing infrastructure, seabed terrain, flow composition, and the possible need for intervention.
These various technical sessions will be grounded in case study presentations of high-profile multi-phase seabed boosting systems, demonstrating the evolution of this technology and its various applications.
Session topics include:
Dr. Stuart L. Scott
Dr. Scott is a well-known technical authority in the areas of artificial lift, multiphase pumping, and production engineering/operations. From 2008-2016, he managed the Shell Deepwater Artificial Lift Technology Program and served as the Artificial Lift / Pumping Principal Technical Expert (PTE) for Shell globally. Before coming to Shell, Scott held the Bethancourt Professorship of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University, was a faculty member at Louisiana State University (LSU) and worked for Phillips Petroleum Company in a variety of roles. He holds B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Petroleum Engineering and a M.S. degree in Computer Science all from The University of Tulsa. Scott is a Distinguished Member of the SPE and an ASME Fellow. He also holds the ASME Worthington Medal for “eminent achievement in the evolving field of multiphase pumping.”
Mr. Ian Still
Ian Still has over 30 years of subsea systems engineering experience in the hydrocarbon development and production processing industry, working in many global shallow and deepwater basins in his career. As principal systems engineer with Shell International he held the office of Subsea Systems Technical Authority contributing and validating the portfolio of concept identification, definition and execute projects in Brazil, GoM, Nigeria, Malaysia and Australia. He was accountable for HPHT 400°F and 20ksi subsea hardware development, subsea processing technology programs, and held authority over corporate technical standards for subsea equipment in addition to serving on API sub-committees. He holds an honors BSc in Engineering from Robert Gordon University, is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and a member of the International Council of Systems Engineering.
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