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An animation of a complex schedule of work installing a wide array of subsea equipment within the Arctic circle. This animation is the second campaign of two
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The P12 pipeline from the Troll gas field to Kollsnes is the third gas import pipeline from Troll to Kollsnes. A 36" spool has been installed between the P12 pipeline termination and the subsea 'swan neck' riser outside Kollsnes. The spool was installed in 2011, in one piece and the total length was 155m. The P12 spool was transported to the field by using a barge and installed on the seabed by using the main crane on the DSV Skandi Arctic. The spool was connected to the P12 pipeline and the riser by a welded tie-in using the Pipeline Repair System to perform the hyperbaric welding. The subsea installation and operation of the PRS welding spread was performed by saturation divers from the DSV Skandi Arctic, managed by Technip Norway.
The INTECSEA Subsea Production Systems Engineering Group has emerged as the industry leader in providing services for deepwater subsea technology for water depths to 2,800 m and beyond. INTECSEA's primary emphasis has been on subsea applications in frontier areas, notably deepwater field developments and for unusual service conditions such as high pressure and high temperature, aggressive fluids and subsea processing. These specialized technologies are firmly established within INTECSEA's extensive project experience including practical design and installation technology required for cost effective completion and operation of offshore field development facilities worldwide. INTECSEA's capability in subsea production systems has become industry leading as functional requirements for d...
A subsea cable was laid from the RV Celtic Explorer in Galway Bay in April 2015. The four kilometre cable, and a frame to which sensors and monitoring equipment will be attached is part of the development of an ocean observatory in Galway Bay connecting the Galway Bay Ocean Energy Test Site and to the shore at Spiddal, Co. Galway. The cable will supply power to the site and allow unlimited data transfer from the site for researchers testing innovative marine technology including renewable ocean energy devices. The Marine Institute and the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) have been working together to promote and develop Ireland’s ocean energy potential and this project, with partners SmartBay Ltd, UCC (MarEI - Marine Renewable Energy Ireland), and Dublin City University, is...
diver repairing fin stabilizer
This concise course is well balanced and based on true project experience in Shallow and Deep Water fields around the world, from concept evaluation to first production. It is designed for Project Managers, Project Engineers, experienced or new to Subsea & highly suitable for Cost, Planning, Offshore Installation and Offshore Operation Engineers. All the Lectures (up-dated on a regular basis) are presented with text, figures and DVDs with videos and detailed animations, used to illustrate many key points of Subsea Technologies. The objective of the course is to equip Engineers and Technicians with a good understanding on the Engineering of Subsea Production Systems (SPS) together with Umbilicals, Risers and Flowlines (SURF) required to link and operate it from the Host.
Solutions for subsea installations. www.deepdowninc.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / +1-281-862-2201
Offshore Wind Farm inner array grid cable installation on the Nordsee One OWF project as executed by Siem Offshore Contractors during the summer of 2016. The submarine cable installation was performed using the leading Siem cable installation Duo (Siem Aimery - Cable Lay Vessel and Siem Moxie - Installation Support vessel). Visit http://www.siemoffshorecontractors.com/ for more information about SOC.
Fly-through of a Subsea field
KREUZ SUBSEA commissioned Subsea Media to create a 3D animation demonstrating a riser on-stalk installation. The animation will be shown at exhibitions, conferences and meetings to present one of their many SURF capabilities. For more information please contact email@example.com
SAL Heavy Lift's investments in upgrading MV "Lone" to DP 2 class were rewarded during the first DP 2 offshore project: the vessel, crew and DP system all performed superbly. Two structures were loaded, transported to the field and deployed to the seabed: a protection cover of 80 mtons was loaded in Ortona, Italy. The second structure, a Pipeline End Manifold (PLEM) weighing 120 mtons, was loaded in Limassol, Cyprus. During the deployment and installation process, the MV "Lone" was supported by the client's diving support vessel (DSV): Divers were deployed from the DSV to the sea bed to assist with structure positioning and de-rigging once the structures had been accurately placed on the seabed.
"Subsea Inspection, Path to 2020; Disrupting ourselves – what does it look like going forwards? What do we need to do, to get there?" Branch technical lecture presented at IMarEST HQ by Dave Turner CEng FIMarEST, Vice President, Subsea Production Operations, Global Operations, BP
Mike Robinson from FMC Technologies presents on today's complex technologies and directions for future offshore oil and gas production. The event was hosted by Professor Brian Evans from the Oil and Gas Projects at Curtin Uni and is essential viewing for anyone looking to do a post graduate course in Subsea Engineering. Explore more! http://petroleum.curtin.edu.au/
SubTel Forum is proud to announce the industry's first live video stream of a conference event. The State of Subsea 2013 meeting was first held on October 1, 2013 and was attended by 35 industry professionals in person, the stream was able to support well over 95 unique users from the world; the combined attendance was over 130 people. To learn more about the State of Subsea global event series, please visit their website: http://stateofsubsea.com/ To follow news and events in the submarine cable industry, be sure to check out SubTel Forum: www.subtelforum.com
In this presentation, you will find the following presentations and panels discussion the health and direction of the submarine telecoms market: Keynote Speech: His Excellency, Hem Heng Cambodian Ambassador Presentation #1: Emerging Markets - Africa & South East Asia "It's Not Just About the Global Backbone" Panel Session #1: "The Future of Content Distribution and Infrastructure" Presentation #2: "US Domestic Fiber Infrastructure" -- Today and Into the Future Panel Session #2: "USA to the Rest of World "Where are the Growth Markets for 2015?"
Video: http://folk.ntnu.no/stanko/Courses/TPG4230/2017/Videos/20170404.mp4 Pdf notes: http://folk.ntnu.no/stanko/Courses/TPG4230/2017/Notes/20170404.pdf Excel files: http://folk.ntnu.no/stanko/Courses/TPG4230/2017/Class_files/20170404/
As part of the Artic Circle assembly in in Iceland, VÍB Weatlh Management and the Icelandic Arctic Chamber of Commerce held a breakout session. The topic of discussion was investment in infrastructure and the financing of projects. Speakers Tara Sweeney, Chair, Arctic Economic Council Svend Hardenberg, Founder and Chairman, Greenland Invest, Greenland: Arctic opportunities and challenges in Greenland. Björgvin Skúli Sigurðsson, Executive Director, Landsvirkjun: Energy infrastructure investment in the Arctic. Stephen J. Henley, Vice President, Subsea 7 Canada: Newfoundland and Arctic infrastructure developments. MODERATOR: Björn Berg Gunnarson, Director, VÍB Wealth Management
This JSA TV Virtual Roundtable, "The State of Subsea Cables," features Tom McMahon, CTO of Aqua Comms; Jukka-Pekka (J.P.) Joensuu, Executive Vice President of Cinia Group; David Ross, CEO and Owner of The David Ross Group; and Eric Gutshall, Founder and Global Head of Asset & Capacity Sales for United Cable Company (UCC) - and is moderated by Jaymie Scotto Cutaia. The esteemed panelists discuss the latest trends and route developments, particularly across the Atlantic, providing expert insights and opinions on the current and future need vs. demand for subsea capacity.
- By: Bernd Blasius, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany - Date: 2014-04-08 11:30:00 - Description: Transportation networks play a crucial role for the spread of invasive species. Here, we combine the network of world-wide cargo ship movements with environmental conditions and biogeography, to develop a model for marine bioinvasion. We classify marine ecoregions according to their total invasion risk and the diversity of their invasion sources. Our predictions agree with observations in the field and reveal that invasion risks are highest for intermediate geographic distances. Our findings suggest that network-based invasion models facilitate the development of targeted mitigation strategies.
2nd Presentation how Natural Desalination is low cost using only Nature to power it with no adverse environmental impacts. New low cost water for everyone to help the environment and people too. All proven technologies, just not put together yet. Easy to understand, but political and Water people do not like change and are afraid of the water. Natural Desalination is only powered by nature (trillions of gallons at about $20 acre foot operating cost). By placing your Reverse Osmosis (RO) field out at sea down about 1800 feet you get the pressure needed to Desalinate all the water wanted, then you have the water go back to shore 3 miles using gravity to the 2000 foot elevation, where the fresh clean water is pumped up using CETO wave power. CETO Wave desalination is in operation today i...
Stabilizers are installed on almost all superyachts. Stabilizers reduce the non-desirable rolling of a yacht and increase onboard comfort. In turn, this reduces sea sickness and should the yacht come up against bad weather and conditions, the stabilizers improve safety on board. Most superyachts are fitted with a so-called ‘zero speed’ system. There are also systems on the market that stabilize the roll both during sailing and when moored. The performance of these systems are not truly optimal as a compromise has to be made between the sailing and mooring performance. Thanks to its unique, dual-axis fin stabilizer, which rotates whilst sailing and flaps at anchor, AntiRoll provides stabilization both underway and at zerospeed without any compromise of performance in either circumstance.
Hear from industry experts on safe operation and maintenance of offshore pedestal-mounted revolving cranes on fixed or floating platforms, support vessels, and other mobile offshore drilling units. You’ll also learn about other new changes from the 6th to 7th edition of API RP 2D.
DynaFlex automates the process of setting up, running, and producing results for subsea installation analysis using the software package OrcaFlex and its API. DynaFlex is developed and maintained by Project Development International (PDi).
The view shown is from the back of the installation vessel to demonstrate the effect of current in a better way.
Global Business Manager for DP and Drilling, Mark Carter examines the improved robustness and accuracy offered by Sonardyne's combined acoustic and inertial technologies together with performance results from real world installations and lessons learned. Sonardyne's in-house acoustic and inertial capabilities mean that we can tightly couple these technologies to deliver cutting edge performance with a low integration risk for our customers.
The Netherlands are investing in offshore wind energy: between 2015 and 2023 Wind Farm Zones Borssele, Hollandse Kust (zuid) and Hollandse Kust (noord) will be used for the deployment of the 3,500 MW of new offshore wind power as agreed upon in the Energy Agreement. ABB market energy expert and principal consultant, Sergey Skvortsov, provides detail around some of the key questions that influence the Netherlands market in the medium to long term: • Overview of the offshore wind support mechanism • Which market risks are potential offshore wind farm investors exposed to? • How does the weather uncertainty affect the long term electricity market forecasts? If you would like the slides from this presentation please contact Laura Justice: firstname.lastname@example.org
Perdido is the deepest floating oil platform in the world at a water depth of about 2450 meters (8000 feet) operated by the Shell Oil Company in the Gulf of Mexico. The Perdido is located in the Perdido fold belt which is a rich discovery of crude oil and natural gas that lies in water that is nearly 8000 feet deep. The platform's peak production will be 100,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. At 267 meters, the Perdido is nearly as tall as the Eiffel Tower.