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Offshore Technologies for Decarbonization: The Pathway to Energy Transition

Monday, 6 May
Technical / Poster Session
The concept of the session is to explore synergies between current offshore technology and projects and initiatives to reduce carbon intensity of oil production or even new concepts focused on energy transition. With papers from operators of legacy and innovative projects and also technology providers, this session will pave the way forward for the offshore industry.
Pablo Gomes, Subsea Training Manager - Petrobras
Maria Clara Costa, Manager Subsurface - Equinor ASA
  • 1400-1418 35167
    How Technology Based (Disruptive) Production Concepts May Become a Game Changer in Ultradeep Water Oil and Gas Production, to Guarantee Energy Security and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
    F.M. Passarelli, F.d. Castro, A. Costa, L.D. Andrade, A.R. Santos, V.L. Matos, M. Roberto, A.M. Bidart, Petrobras
  • 1420-1438 35216
    An Innovative and Low Carbon Approach to the Development of Brazil´s Largest Gas Project
    S.E. Ballesteros, S. Seljebø, Equinor ASA
  • 1440-1458 35142
    Carbon Capture on FPSOs
    L. Le Touze, F. Fourrier, R. Berendsen, SBM Offshore; S. Yamamoto, T. Kamijo, Y. Tanaka, Mitsubishi Heavy Industry Ltd
  • 1500-1518 35304
    Subsea Hydrogen Long Duration Energy Storage
    A. Labes, T. Myhre, TechnipFMC
  • 1520-1538 35379
    Road to Well Completions Electrification to Support Sustainable Field Development
    M. Le Menach, M. Sofyan, TotalEnergies; J. Padrao, TotalEnergies E&P Do Brasil; S. Hiron, SLB; E. Schnitzler, M. Da Silva Junior, Petrobras
  • 1540-1558 35367
    Decarbonization in Offshore Services: A Study on Efficiency and Emissions Reduction
    R. Passos, R. Aguiar, Petrobras
  • 1600-1618 35231
    Integrity Management for Lifetime Extension of Offshore Structures
    M. Hauge, Ø. Jensen, Equinor

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