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Subsea Controls and Data Acquisition 2010

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Subsea Control Data Aquisition 2010Future Technology, Availability and Through Life Challenges

Proceedings of the international conference, held June 2010

ISBN 0 906940 52 4, ISBN–13 978 0 906940 52 5
Hardbound, 176 pp, Colour, 2010
Order Reference C41,  Price: Non-members £95.00, members £85.80

The long established international conference dealing exclusively with underwater instrumentation, control and communication for subsea oil and gas production has been structured to cover relevant experience and new thinking in subsea developments. Providing a unique forum for the supplier and operator of subsea technology to exchange views and experience, its aim is to bring together the many diverse disciplines engaged internationally in this technology. Experience gained and current challenges, as well as new advances in technology, will be the main topics to meet the future challenges. Equal importance has been placed on reliability and global issues such as environment, decommissioning, deepwater problems and long distance offsets. These proceedings will feature contributions from professionals giving experience gained and new challenges to overcome and is therefore of interest to all in subsea engineering.

  • Subsea All–Electric – A–K Aadland and K Petersen, Oceaneering AS/Ifokus Engineering AS, Norway
  • All–Electric System Performance Assessment – D Abicht, Cameron, Germany
  • A Control System for Subsea Processing and Injection of Seawater – JO Hallset, Poseidon Group AS, Norway
  • Controls Reliability and Early Life of Field Failure of Subsea Control Modules – PA Broadbent, Chevron ETC, Aberdeen, UK
  • Control System and Condition Monitoring for a Subsea Gas Compressor Pilot – KG Eriksson, Aker Solutions, Norway
  • An Application of Optical Temperature Sensing for Under Insulation Monitoring during a Subsea Tree Cool–Down Test – DM Faichnie, A Graham and D McStay, FMC Technologies, UK
  • Optoelectronic Leak Detection System for Monitoring Subsea Structures – D Moodie, L Costello and D McStay, FMC Technologies, UK
  • Use of a Parallel System for Improving Subsea Intelligent Well Control, Monitoring and Reliability – G Deans and D Chaplin, Schlumberger Subsea Surveillance, France and UK
  • Cutting the Umbilical: NASCoM Technology, the Latest Developments in Acoustic Subsea Control – M Bavidge, Nautronix plc, UK
  • Reliable Wideband Acoustic Communication Links in Critical Subsea Control and Monitoring Applications –
    T Kenny, Sonardyne International, UK
  • Solutions for Improved Operational Efficiencies and Enhanced Oil Recovery by Mid–Life Technology Insertion into Older Fields – R Tester, GE Oil and Gas, UK
  • Subsea Control and Automation: Evolving for the Future – S Cohan, Schilling Robotics, USA
  • Blockage Avoidance in Subsea Production Control and Chemical Injection Fluid Conduits – D Stables, DUCO Ltd, UK
  • Subsea High Temperature Production, Past and Future: a Control Fluid Manufacturer’s Perspective – S McManus, MacDermid Offshore Solutions, UK
  • Experiences from Operating Second Generation Electric Intervention Control Systems in Riserless Light Well Intervention – V Sten–Halvorsen, FMC Technologies, Norway
  • Is the Subsea High Integrity Pressure Protection System (HIPPS) Coming of Age? – V Hutchings, GE Oil and Gas, UK
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