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Subsea Systems Design Installation and Integration Management

 Achieve an Overall Understanding of Subsea Systems Design, Construction, Installation and Operation

Summary

Subsea systems are integral in fitting all the elements of the subsea puzzle together. This Subsea Design and Installations workshop will examine a broad range of technologies relating to offshore oil and gas developments. We will take a close look at typical design considerations, from discovery to commissioning, and get a detailed understanding of the vital role that each element of the system plays.

During the workshop we will examine how a typical subsea field develops over the course of time and look at alternative methods to exploit the same resources. Through various case studies we will explore the driving factors which mold the multitude of layouts we see today. We will also examine closely all of the various structures that make up the subsea equipment, from Xmas Trees to Manifolds, Flowline Risers, to Umbilical Terminations, and get a good understanding processes which take place subsea. In addition, we will get a good understanding of the benefits, and limitations of subsea processing.

Delegates will have full understanding of the industry terminology, learn about market drivers and discuss issues affecting subsea production

Who should attend?

This course is specially tailored for personnel who would like to have an overall understanding of the types of facility employed in floating production systems, the function of their various components, how such systems are integrated and work in practice and the issues they may need to confront and overcome. The course is beneficial for all involved in subsea engineering and field development from (but not limited to) the below disciplines:

  • Offshore industry employees needing a sound knowledge in subsea system
  • Pipeline, Mechanical, Project, Process, Field Operations, Installation, Facilities, Piping, ROV and Production engineers at all level seeking to deepen their knowledge in subsea engineering principles
  • Experience Engineers in other sectors looking for new opportunities
  • Professionals, consultants and business directors in supporting or aligned oil and gas functions who need a deeper understanding of Subsea system
  • Surveyors, Operations Managers, Maintenance technicians and QA/QC coordinators looking for insight into subsea engineering
  • Recent graduates and new starters aiming to specialize in the subsea sector

 

Learning objectives

CAPITALISE on expert knowledge to gain valuable insight on these vital issues

  • Gain complete overview of subsea production equipment and systems
  • Understand how subsea systems are designed, installed and operated
  • Analyze the design and installation of subsea equipment
  • Learn about the structures and equipment involved in a subsea system
  • Get the grips with the industry terminology
  • Understand the technology and processes involved in subsea engineering
  • Analyze the connection between the well and the above sea surface production facilities
  • Understand the current development and issues affecting the subsea production around the world
  • Learn how to remain relevant in subsea market

 

Course Agenda

The course consists of 12 modules delivered over 5 days as follows;

Day 1

Session 1: Introduction to Subsea System

  • History of offshore production system
  • Definition of Subsea system
  • Why Subsea development
  • Drivers for subsea system
  • Types of subsea Completions
  • Workshop: Understanding a Subsea System Scope of Supply Drawing
  • Challenges and future trends

Day 2

Session 2: Well Heads and Xmas trees

Selecting the right subsea tree system is a critical step in planning every field development. There are many decisions that significantly affect budgets, installation and operations. The trainer will guide you on the operational considerations during the production phase and explain how to avoid excessive OPEX costs both early and late in field life

  • Wellhead- Tubing Head spool, Tubing Hanger, Blowout preventers
  • Design and functions
  • Installations
  • Examples
  • Xmas trees
  • Type of trees
  • Comparisons
  • Design and functions
  • Installations
  • Examples

Session 3: Subsea Manifolds

  • Types of manifolds
  • Comparisons
  • Design and functions
  • Installations
  • Examples

Session 4: Tie-in Jumpers and Configurations

  • Well and Flowline Jumpers
  • Rigid/Flexible Jumpers
  • Design and functions
  • Connection methods
  • Metrology and construction
  • Installations
  • Examples

Day 3

Session 5: Subsea Pipeline, Flowline and Risers

Subsea Pipeline, Flowline and riser link subsea structures to floating systems or shore operation centres and are essential elements of oil and gas offshore developments. Learn how to maximise their use in order to achieve optimal results. The right architecture and design will enable swift and efficient installations of pipelines and risers, and accommodate demanding in-place service requirements.

  • Components of Flowline system
  • Design and Functions
  • Installation methods
  • Operations
  • Example

Session 6: Subsea Control system and Umbilicals

Examine the reliability and availability of various control systems and appreciate the issues associated with the design and manufacturing of subsea controls equipment.

  • Subsea Controls system
  • Design and functions
  • Types
  • Control System selections
  • Examples
  • Umbilicals
  • Functions
  • Design and manufacture
  • Installation
  • Examples
  • Case Studies

 

Day 4

Session 7: Subsea System Developments

  • Subsea Developments Phases
  • Subsea System Configurations (Well arrangement)
  • Flow assurance
  • Risk, reliability and availability
  • Fabrication and Testing
  • Installation and operation
  • Inspection, Maintenance and Repair
  • (Intervention)
  • Decommissioning
  • Case Studies

 

Day 5

Session 8: Subsea Processing

Subsea processing can encompass a number of different processes to help reduce the cost and complexity of developing an offshore field. This section will help you understand how subsea processing enables the development of challenging subsea fields, reduce topside expenditures for equipment and potentially converts marginal fields into economically viable developments. You will discuss the value proposition of all subsea processing systems, especially in subsea conditions and as more aggressive crudes are extracted, and a vision for the future.

  • Subsea Pumping
  • Subsea Water Removal and Re-injection or Disposal
  • Single-phase and multi-phase boosting of well fluids
  • Subsea Gas/Liquid Separation
  • Sand and Solid Separation
  • Boosting
  • Subsea Gas Treatment
  • Subsea Compression
  • Subsea HIPPS/IOPPS
  • Surface support

Session 9: Subsea Markets

  • Subsea building Blocks
  • Economic Models
  • The Continuing Challenges

 

Lead Facilitator: Engr Dare Jeremiah (MSc, MBA, MIEAusT, MIMarEST, MNSE, MNIMECH)

Dare Jeremiah, a registered engineer with almost 20 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry with strong technical background in the consultancy and design of complex subsea system, comprising pipelines, flowlines and associated structures, spools and hardware including Artic, Deepwater and High Pressure/High Temperature Pipeline system.

He has an extensive international experience, his project experience includes all project phases and spans most of the major offshore oil and gas production regions, with a particular emphasis on Australia Pacific, Middle East, South East Asia, North Sea and West Africa region. Dare has been previously employed by INTECSEA, NETCO, Subsea 7, WorleyParsons, Genesis Oil and Gas Consultant, and NPCC UAE.

Dare holds a B.Sc. from Obafemi Awolowo University and M.Sc. from University of Lagos both in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, also hold a M.Sc. Degree (Subsea Technology Module) from University of Western Australia. He also hold Master in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Tasmania, Australia.

Dare is vast in developing, mentoring and training Engineers, he has a passion to share his knowledge and provide major support for engineers in oil and gas industry particularly subsea and pipeline design. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of FEDDO PTY Ltd, Perth, Western Australia and FEDDO Integrated Service Ltd, Lagos, Nigeria.

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