Offshore processing options vary widely

Oil projects from different parts of the world provide a reference for the various options available to designers of new offshore processing facilities.The Gulf of Mexico and North Sea are two of the most prominent producing regions with large, well established offshore production. In such developed offshore regions, the type and proximity of existing infrastructure drives the split between offshore and onshore processing.But in newer or remote areas, designers have much less clarity as to the split between offshore and onshore processing.Key aspects of a typical oil platform process flow include:Separation equipment.Process heating.Process cooling.Crude dehydration.Produced-water treatin...

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