Looking DEEP into the 21 century - Subsea UK deep into the... Looking DEEP into the 21st century

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Looking DEEP into the 21st century Evolution of subsea technology Paul W. White Director Subsea Technology GE Oil & Gas 1 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited 2 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited 2012 Subsea Production 9% Significant growth Opportunity & Technical Challenge OnshoreOffshoreSubseaOnshoreOffshoreSubsea2020 Subsea Production 15% Deepwater Complex Reservoirs Cost effective Improved Recovery 3 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited -3000-2500-2000-1500-1000-5000Year1962196419671969197119731975197719791981198319851987198919911993199519971999200120032005 3000m WD is the new benchmark DW rigs equipped to drill in 3600m (12,000ft) Oceanic average depth 4200m Impacts loads, valve / actuator design, accumulated power etc. 4 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited 5K 10K 15K 20K 250F 350F 450F P T 15,000 psi now 20,000 psi next BOP and Wellhead design on-going Beyond 250F required Maybe beyond 350F Implications for materials Implications for design 5 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited Low environmental temperature Environmentally sensitive Arctic operations Leak detection systems Low temp multiphase transport Ice interaction with subsea equipment. Increasing offset Decreasing infrastructure 6 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited Well Intervention Leveraging new technology to deliver value Legal Signoff ... this MUST appear on ALL slides with content in exactly this format GE Monogram ... this MUST appear on ALL slides with content in exactly this format Slide Background Option 1 - brushed aluminium 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70SS Improved Oil Recovery TargetGlobal averageTypical Subsea WellHydrocarbon Recovery Rate % Subsea Processing IOR /EOR + = 60% Target 7 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited Subsea intervention is costly difficult in bad weather or under ice Improved reliability delivers significant value Assets are ageing Sensors, more data enable extended life Key is understanding performance and change 8 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited 9 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited 10 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited Industrial Revolution Internet Revolution Industrial Internet Trees Manifolds Processing Controls Structured deepwater VT & HT tree systems World record offset control Structured manifold systems Power and Processing systems Building blocks of highly reliable integrated systems 11 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited 7 Large bore gas production System with Choke Bridge Module Enabling LNG production in Asia Chevron - Gorgon 12 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited Photo: Svein Roger Ivarsen / Norske Shell GE Scope: Long Stepout Power Supply Switchgear, UPS, Compressor VSD, Pump VSD, BlueC Compressor 14 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited CFD is in our DNA Advanced capability System optimisation Improved prediction Model verification Flow optimisation Hydrate management Predictive modelling Design for flow assurance Designing for cold flow Life enhancement Closing the loop More consumers subsea More demand for power Enables SS2B High Voltage connectors VSDs Pressure tolerant power components 15 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited Deeper, higher pressure, higher temperature, colder, longer offset, older Challenging environments Industrial internet, asset Integrity and condition monitoring More Sensors, more data More rotating equipment, longer offsets, improved recovery More complex machines Lower temperatures, longer offsets, multiphase transport Flow assurance challenges 16 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited How do we catch the next wave? Carry proven design features forward Inject latest technological advances Minimize uncertainty Boost performance 17 2013 GE Oil & Gas. All Rights Reserved Unauthorized Reproduction Prohibited Leading fundamental research Breakthrough technologies Continuous improvement Investment in People & Technology