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This animation takes us on a journey from shallow to deep waters. It shows high precision installations in harsh conditions as well as subsea processing. It takes us along the seafloor by manifolds and clusters and ends with our vision of the subsea factory. Because the seafloor is the new surface.
Submarine cable installations in the telecom, power and seismic industries have similarities and differences. But there is a common thread in every submarine cable lay: you need accurate real-time control over the position and bottom tension of your cable as it lands on the seabed. This video discusses a proven method for achieving this control being used by over 75% of the telecom cable ships in the world. A tool called MakaiLay allows operators to precisely control the two most important variables in a cable installation: cable POSITION and TENSION. This software calculates all forces on the cable and can automatically adjust cable payout speed and vessel navigation to keep tension within acceptable limits, safely and accurately installing the cable on the seabed. Over the last 15 year...
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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.
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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.
Through years of experience and constant innovation, we have developed the widest range of high-tech installation capabilities and burial tools in the global market. Equally, our knowledge of how to carry out a submarine cable. Heavy Duty Plough is of the most high – tech installation capabilities utilized in the most challenging projects.
This animation depicts a standard undersea fiber optic cable installation, deployed from one of TE SubCom's cable ships and buried with our submersible plows and ROVs.
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
The Lewek Connector (formerly known as the AMC Connector) is an advanced subsea installation and construction vessel capable of operating in waters up to 3000 meters. Lewek Connector sets a new standard in the subsea cable laying market. The vessel has a unique pay load capacity of 9000 tones of products, as it is equipped with two turntables for high voltage power cables or subsea umbilical´s. This makes Lewek Connector the world´s largest cable installation vessel. With this record breaking product payload capacity, Lewek Connector will be able to take on highly complex and sizeable projects. This state of the art cable laying vessel is perfectly designed for power connections to oil & gas platforms or wind parks as well as to other renewable power transfers. ABB has signed a charter...
As part of the first stage of development of the Jack South, St. Malo South and St. Malo North Drill Centers, three control and two power umbilicals totaling 65 miles were transported and installed by McDermott’s subsea construction vessel North Ocean 102 along with the installation and subsea landing of some of the industry’s largest and complex umbilical end terminations in 7,200 feet of water for Chevron U.S.A. Inc.
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.
The Åsgard field lies on the Halten Bank in the Norwegian Sea, about 200 kilometres off mid-Norway and 50 kilometres south of Heidrun. Åsgard ranks among the largest developments on the Norwegian continental shelf, embracing a total of 52 wells drilled through 16 seabed templates See http://www.statoil.com for more information.
The report titled Global SURF Market: Trends & Opportunities (2013-2018) provides an in-depth analysis of the global SURF market with detailed analysis of the individual markets of subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines.
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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/
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.
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
The Institute for Energy Systems Seminar Series presents Aengus Connolly, Chartered Engineer at the Digital Solutions branch of Wood Group. This IES Seminar took place on the 1st of December 2016 in the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. https://www.eng.ed.ac.uk/about/events/20161201-1245/ies-seminar-series-aengus-connolly Abstract: Wood Group is a global business providing a complete range of services to the energy, process and utility industries. Headquartered in Aberdeen, the organisation has over 30,000 people working in more than 50 countries. Flexcom is a versatile software package, capable of simulating a variety of offshore/subsea applications including risers, mooring lines, umbilicals, floating bodies, offloading lines, seafloor conduits, installation proc...
What will it take to build a Jones Act-compliant offshore wind vessel in the U.S.? Can such a vessel help reduce the cost of offshore wind development? As the U.S. offshore wind market grows, so do the opportunities and the business case for building a U.S. ship that can meet the heavy-lift needs of the industry. In this webinar, Renewable Energy World chief editor Jennifer Runyon highlighted some of the new commercial opportunities for the O&G sector, including shipbuilding, substructures, and a strong national supply-chain and workforce. Brian Cheater from GustoMSC discussed the vessel study commissioned by the Northeast Multi-State Offshore Wind group. These presentations were followed by a Q&A with the audience. Panelists: – Jennifer Runyon, Chief Editor, Renewable Energy World – Br...
Saudi Arabia playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4EDBD55F72771A53 more at http://news.quickfound.net/intl/saudi_arabia_news.html Placed in the National Archives by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), "This film shows the early development of Saudi Arabian oil fields and pipelines." Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativeco...
Speakers: Jeffrey Kleynen, Pacnet Evolution of Layer 3 built over subsea systems for efficient use of infrastructure and disaster prevention. Concept of REGIONAL IX for Asia-Pacific to deal with complexities of managing traffic that's largely subsea, cross-border between city-states. See more at: https://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog48/agenda
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.
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.
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?"
Speakers: Jamie Gaudette, Microsoft Undersea bandwidth demand continues to increase for large-scale cloud providers, driven by phenomenal growth of cloud services and the globally distributed nature of data centers. To efficiently meet this demand, cloud providers have driven the open cable system (OCS) concept. In this talk, we discuss Microsoft’s approach to undersea cable systems and the evolution from complex closed systems to simple, efficient open cable systems.
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).
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