training specialists to the upstream oil and gas industry
 
 

Subsea Facilities Fundamentals

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2 DAY COURSE

Course overview

The course provides a comprehensive overview of design, installation and operational aspects of the various types and configurations of subsea systems and architecture in a field development and how they tie in with offshore and onshore facilities. This will include the different types of SURF (Subsea, Umbilicals, Risers and Flowlines) and the selection considerations required for each of these components.

Subsea facilities selection will be considered from a lifecycle perspective, concept to abandonment, and will include equipment selection considerations and costing of the overall development as well as their impact on project schedules and economics.

The course will be accessible to all people as there will be an emphasis to demystify the terminology and nomenclature used within the industry.

The course is designed for:

  • Professionals who want to expand their knowledge of the industry
  • Explorationists
  • Engineers, engineering trainees, technicians
  • Project and technical managers and assistants
  • Geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists
  • Commercial personnel
  • Service company personnel
  • Sales representatives
  • Other technical disciplines
  • Students considering the industry as a career

 

Course outline

Subsea Systems

Templates
Cluster
Satellite
Daisy chain
Loop 

Subsea Architecture

Building blocks of subsea
SURF (Subsea, Flowlines, Umbilicals & Risers)
Equipment selection
Cluster v template v satellite
Jumper systems
Metering location
Equipment installation
Flow assurance

Subsea processing
Multiphase flowmeters
Pumps
Compressors
Processing
Water injection 

Field Development Planning

Field development plan
Subsea equipment costs
Lifecycle costing
Industry software
Economic analysis
Facilities and production
Abandonment 

Case studies

Examples of subsea developments
Future development

Q&A

Introduction

Course content
The upstream industry
Subsea history and the future
Project lifecycle & stages 

Formation of Oil and Gas

Geology
Oil and Gas formation
Petroleum Chemistry
Reservoirs
Traps and seals 

Drilling & Well Completions

Drilling basics
Drilling, casing and completing a well
Sampling and testing
Development drilling 

Onshore facilities

Subsea reception facilities

Offshore Facilities

Shallow, deep and ultradeep
Wells dry v wet trees
Subsea reception facilities
Oil and gas processing
Export facilities

Subsea

Reservoir
Seabed
Topography
Bathymetry
Geohazards 

Subsea Wells

Well types
Conventional v horizontal trees
Control systems
Manifolds 


Course location and dates

Course duration: 2 days    Early bird price: £1500    Standard price: £1800
All prices are per participant, and are subject to VAT.
Early bird rate applies to bookings taken 14 days or more prior to the course date.

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