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  1. DEEPWATER ESP?Conclusion: Jubarte downhole ESP required extensive qualification, testing

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 7 Apr 2008

    protector and cable through the DHSV. Subsea tree For intervention reasons, Petrobras has standardized on 16¾-in. bore wet trees . But to maximize production from heavy-oil Jubarte field and to accommodate a power connector in the tubing hanger, Petrobras

  2. Fabricating the Single-Lift Topsides

    Online Articles

    Thu, 1 Jul 2010

    performances,” says Robert Paterson , vice president Upsteam Major Projects, Americas. They already knew that Perdido would be a wet tree DVA spar, and were convinced that a single-lift topsides would be safer to build and less expensive than a modular system

  3. BHP Billiton’s Neptune platform sails out to gulf

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 18 Jun 2007

    bo/d and 50 MMcfd of natural gas from wet - tree production wells. “The field holds 100 ..... frontend engineering and design study for a wet - tree TLP for the Neptune prospect. Atlantia ..... the previous four, three accommodate wet - tree production and one supports dry trees. Installation

  4. Options to produce deepwater oil, gas to proliferate

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 13 Dec 1999

    are possibilities. Dry surface trees can significantly lower operating costs of deepwater production compared with subsea wet trees because the surface trees allow wells to be readily accessible and easily maintained. Tankers, barges, and semisubmersibles

  5. Patents protect deepwater platform concepts

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 22 Jun 1998

    contract. Also, well maintenance costs will be less if the work platform accommodates dry wellhead trees instead of subsea wet trees . Patented deepwater platforms The market today includes deepwater platform concepts that allow drilling and production from

  6. Syntactic foam improves deepwater flowline thermal insulation

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 4 Jun 2001

    required, and a variety of different insulation methods have evolved. The following components are now typically insulated: Wet trees and valves are routinely insulated. Key issues include high temperature, differential thermal expansion and contraction

  7. New concepts extend dry-tree production into deeper water

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 3 May 1999

    operating costs of deepwater production. Compared to subsea wet trees , surface trees allow wells to be readily accessible and easy ..... water surface. In addition to dry trees, the TLP can support wet trees via steel catenary risers (SCR). Fig. 1 illustrates a typical

  8. Developing the field

    Online Articles

    Thu, 1 Apr 2010

    assurance were still problem areas. That’s when G.T. Ju, our Subsea lead, suggested that we combine the two into a wet - tree DVA system instead.” The design team thought it over. Management gave them two months to evaluate the idea and make a proposal

  9. Shell installs world’s deepest production spar at Perdido

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 8 Sep 2008

    completions. The spar is designed to process as much as 130,000 boe/d (100,000 bo/d and 200 MMcfd of natural gas) from wet - tree production systems. Perdido is the first Gulf of Mexico spar to have hydrocarbon storage tanks for flow assurance. Shell is the

  10. SPECIAL REPORT: Deepwater fluid displacement needs special approaches

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 25 Sep 2006

    direct or indirect displacement. Click here to enlarge image null Deepwater demands Deepwater completions are either dry or wet tree (subsea), with the dry-tree completions usually conducted from a moored tension-leg platform (TLP) or spar-type

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