Aberdeen – Evening Meeting – Key Subsea Projects Update and Lessons for the Future

The Sir Ian Wood Building, Robert Gordon University, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen, AB10 6GJ United Kingdom

15 February, 2017


BP – Redevelopment of the Schiehallion and Loyal fields West of Shetland, Quad 204

Tony Boyle (Q204 Project Manager), Richard Wylie (Technip)

The Quad 204 project aims to redevelop the Schiehallion and Loyal fields west of Shetland to extend future production to 2035 and possibly beyond.  This presentation looks at the challenges of the multi-year offshore programme, and the collaborative approach taken to measuring and improving offshore construction efficiency.

Apache  – Beryl Far North Terrace Project.

Crawford Brown, Apache Project Manager

FNT is a single well subsea tie-back four km southwest of the Beryl Bravo platform with production and gas-lift flowlines, control umbilical, new standalone subsea control system and topside modifications on the host platform.  Under an accelerated timeframe and tight budget, first oil was ahead of schedule and under-budget in April 2016, just 12 months after drilling the well with an exemplary safety record.

Subsea 7 – Catcher Project Update

David Mitchell, Subsea 7 Project Director on Catcher  

Subsea 7 are in the process of delivering the Catcher Subsea Facilities, a three field development tied back to a central FPSO via pipeline bundles and riser system.  Subsea 7 were responsible for the design, fabrication and installation of all subsea infrastructure and currently the subsea infrastructure is now installed, with preparations underway for the arrival, hook-up and commissioning of the FPSO.

Please note – Ample parking is available at the Robert Gordon University and is free after 4pm, the closest car park is directly opposite the entrance to the Sir Ian Wood building. Registration open from 5:30pm. Presentations will run from 18:00 until 19:30 and will be followed by a networking buffet.

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