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Production from the Dover field is expected to start in late 2024 or early 2025.
Production from the offshore project now represents the equivalent of 7% of European oil consumption.
The deal covers the supply of more than 50 km of dynamic and static subsea umbilicals.
Speakers from various disciplines and professions focus on industry trends, challenges, technology applications and advances. Scheduled DL events are in-person meetings only.
Organizers are calling on early-stage innovators that can advance the energy space to compete for recognition and cash prizes at the upcoming SPE Annual Technology Conference and Exhibition (ATCE).
The center will allow developers and researchers to test digital and robotic products and services for offshore renewable energy.
The second phase of the project will analyze data gathered in Phase 1, with the goal of improving riser, wellhead, and conductor fatigue estimates.
Oil and gas operators such as Shell and Oxy are now employing AI together with a vast network of sensors and other machine-learning software to stamp out problems before they happen.
The multiyear, $20 million-plus contract is for a well abandonment campaign in the Balmoral area in the UK central North Sea.
The deal is expected to support the LNG exporter’s Sabine Pass liquefaction expansion project.
Location, Location—Tanzania, Mozambique Soon To Join Club of Global LNG Suppliers to India, China, Southeast AsiaIt takes only 3 days for an LNG carrier or oil tanker to reach India from East Africa where Tanzania is destined to become an LNG exporter together with its neighbor Mozambique and a transit point for Ugandan oil exports.
The vessel has been under bareboat charter with the company since its delivery in June 2020.
Already a partner in the Cameron LNG export facility in southwest Louisiana, Mitsui now expands its US gas and LNG exports with an investment in upstream unconventional assets.
The two LM9000-driven trains are part of the ZLNG nearshore floating LNG project.
Sinopec becomes the first Asian equity holder in the NFE expansion after having signed a 27-year sales and purchase agreement with Qatar, the longest term in the industry.
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Technical Papers for Facilities Professionals
The first paper selected for this Intelligent Fields Technical Focus presents the use of a unique artificial-intelligence technique from the fourth industrial revolution—dual heuristic dynamic programming—to address business opportunities associated with optimization.
Over 1,000 hours of remotely monitored continuous production was achieved on an unmanned platform—a first for standalone offshore solids management in the North Sea.
This paper highlights solids-management technologies that are currently available and still in use topside (some of which are potentially outdated).
A system that could help turn stranded-gas fields into producing projects has moved closer to reality, aided by the growing focus on reductions in carbon emissions.
This selection of papers will familiarize facilities engineers with a variety of topics so they are more prepared for what 2022 may bring.
The paper presents a system for separation of water in downhole horizontal wells in which the water produced from the well is not lifted to the surface but reinjected into the reservoir.
An experimental study of a shroud-type downhole separator for a pumped horizontal or deviated well is presented in this study.
A Reassessment of the Role of Colloidal Iron in Produced Water From Shale Operations—A Review of Field Data and Literature (Part B)
This paper is the second of a two-part series. It covers facilities problems caused by iron, injectivity problems caused by iron, and the mitigation of colloidal iron-related problems.
A Reassessment of the Role of Colloidal Iron in Produced Water From Shale Operations—A Review of Field Data and Literature (Part A)
A review of the properties of iron compounds and their impact in shale produced water treatment with an emphasis on their colloidal forms. A wide range of problems is associated with these compounds in produced water including emulsion stabilization, oil-coated solids, pad formation in separators, pipeline solids, and plugging of water disposal formations.