Offshore & SUbsea
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The Offshore discipline provides technical training and consulting for the complete life-cycle of offshore oil and gas systems; from exploration and development to decommissioning. The curriculum includes courses that provide attendees the knowledge to understand and participate in evaluating the major offshore development alternatives: fixed structures, floating systems and subsea systems. Other key elements stressed in all offshore courses include life-cycle costs, constructability, operability and interface management.
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Flow Assurance for Offshore Production: FAOP
Flow assurance is a critical component in the design and operation of offshore production facilities. This is particularly true as the industry goes to deeper water, longer tiebacks, deeper wells, and higher temperature and pressure reservoirs. Although gas hydrate issues dominate the thermalhydraulic design, waxes, asphaltenes, emulsions, scale, corrosion,
erosion, solids transport, slugging, and operability are all important issues which require considerable effort. The participant will be presented with sufficient theory/correlation
information to be able to understand the basis for the applications. This intensive five day course has considerable time devoted to application and design exercises to ensure the practical applications are learned.
Fundamentals of Offshore Systems Design and Construction: OS-4
This ten day course provides a fundamental understanding of the technology and work processes used for the design and construction of all types of offshore systems, including
consideration of asset development, surveillance, and management. The content includes the full range of water depths from shallow water to ultra deepwater and will also address life-cycle considerations in all phases of offshore field
development and operation. All major components required for offshore developments, such as fixed and floating platforms, drilling rigs, workover equipment, pipelines, risers, process, and utilities and construction equipment are
discussed. A Case Study for an Offshore Project Development is included.
Overview of Offshore Systems: OS-21
The course provides an overview of field development concepts and explains how offshore structures and facilities function as integrated systems. The content includes the full
range of water depths from shallow water to ultra deepwater. All major components required for offshore developments such as fixed and floating platforms, drilling and workover rigs, pipelines, risers, process and utilities and construction equipment are discussed.
Overview of Subsea Systems: SS-2
An overview of subsea components and how they are integrated into field architecture is provided during this five-day course. Individuals will develop a basic understanding of the various subsea components used in all water depths, from relatively shallow to ultra-deepwater. The participants will all learn how the components are integrated into subsea field developments, which will accelerate learning and productivity.