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Learnings and Improvements in Design, Installation, Operations, Maintenance and Risk Management of Offshore Pipeline Systems

Tuesday, 7 May
Technical / Poster Session
Embark on an exploration of the latest advancements and critical insights in offshore pipeline systems at this Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) session. Focused on "Learnings and Improvements in Design, Installation, Operations, Maintenance, and Risk Management," this session brings together industry experts to share valuable experiences and innovations shaping the offshore energy landscape. Delve into cutting-edge design techniques, installation challenges, operational excellence strategies, proactive maintenance approaches, and the evolving realm of risk management. This session is a prime opportunity for professionals involved in offshore oil and gas, offering a concise yet in-depth overview of the crucial elements influencing the design, implementation, and sustainability of offshore pipeline systems. Join us for an enriching exchange of knowledge that promises to enhance your understanding of the industry's best practices and emerging trends.
Rakshith Naik, Senior Subsea Hardware Engineer - bp
Evan Zimmerman, Executive Director - Offshore Operators Committee
  • 1400-1418 35424
    Novel Techniques To Improve Sea-States During 1st End PLET Initiation
    N. Ravirala, F. Alshafei, Subsea7
  • 1420-1438 35080
    Probabilistic Lateral Buckle Formation for Three HPHT Pipeline Mitigations
    C. Ingar Valer, Q. Bai, P. Cardoso, A. Jebali, R. Almeida, A. Mendes, TechnipFMC
  • 1440-1458 35100
    Use of Distributed Buoyancy as Lateral-Buckle Mitigation in High-Pressure High-Temperature Flowlines
    M. Brunner, A. Desiraju, R. Ferdous, TechnipFMC
  • 1500-1518 35419
    Horizontal Direction Drill (HDD) 2km Trinidad East Coast (Onshore to Nearshore)
    G. Rampersad, BP
  • 1520-1538 35118
    Ensuring Subsea Pipeline Availability in the Bonga Field
    D. Oni, S. Bhat, O. Wemimo, C. Unegbu, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company; H. Ho, Shell Global Solutions
  • 1540-1558 35408
    Deepwater Emergency Pipeline Repair System Considerations and Challenges
    I. Adamson, A. Chubb, Subsea7
  • 1600-1618 35175
    Pre-Metrology in Subsea Rigid Jumper Tie-In as a Key for Anticipating First Oil
    R.P. Peixoto, R.d. Cabral, W.C. Junior, T.B. Vargas, B. Juliao, Petroleo Brasileiro; M. Yohou, E. Volpi, B. Bianco, Saipem do Brasil

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