Subsea Electric System: Past, Present and Future

Starts: Thu, Feb 16, 2017 11:00 AM
Ends: Thu, Feb 16, 2017 1:00 PM
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In this presentation we will discuss the history, current offering and future benefits for operational performance, flexibility, HSE and cost of the All-Electric system. All Electric subsea production control systems have been around since the late nineties. Using a rigid product development and qualification program various prototypes have been developed and tested. In 2006 project execution started for the first All Electric subsea production system, consisting of 2-off Subsea trees with associated production controls system, and IWOCS.  This All-Electric field has been in production since 2008.  A third electric tree to be installed, will include a novelty in the industry, the inclusion of an All Electric surface controlled subsurface safety valve (ESCSSV). 

Future subsea systems will require new, additional functions, compared to today's electro-hydraulic systems. A key design priority in the development of subsea systems is to reduce the size and weight of equipment for very deep water. Using an all-electrical solution has the potential to implement better condition monitoring while reducing weight and improving HSE due to zero discharges. The goal is to provide an understanding of the currently existing electrical components, and present the electrical system as an alternative product offering for the subsea industry of the future.
 
Bio of the Presenter:
Andrea Rubio SUT Presenter for All Electric SystemsAndrea Rubio is the Product Manager for Electric Systems at OneSubsea, where she has worked for the past ten years. In this role Andrea leads the company’s worldwide Electric initiatives encompassing sales, marketing, engineering and research; supporting the innovation and development of new products and services within this field. In her career Andrea has held the positions of Product Design Engineer, Subsea Engineering Manager and Senior Product Analyst. She holds a degree in Engineering Physics from the University of Central Oklahoma and a Master of  Science from the University of Oklahoma in Aerospace Engineering.


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4646W Sam Houston Pkwy N, Room 180/185
Houston, Texas 77041, United States
Phone: +1.713.939.2282
Website: https://cameron.slb.com/onesubsea

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