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This presentation will outline lessons learned from three separate hydrate remediation projects in subsea flowlines, including planning and developing an effective execution strategy to minimize costs and production impacts. It also provides a basis for potential improvements in subsea design for future projects.

Aug 23rd, 2018
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Operators are employing innovative planning and development approaches to extend the life cycle of offshore oil and gas assets. These include early planning for late-life operations to minimize costs and production impacts, and new technology to mitigate lateral buckling of high temperature subsea pipelines. In this special webcast presentation, sponsored by TechnipFMC, Subsea Tieback Forum & Exhibition presenters from Murphy E&P and Chevron will share the features and benefits of these approaches with case studies.

Hurry Up & Wait: Executing Successful Hydrate Remediation Projects and Effective Mitigation of Hydrate Formation in Subsea Flowlines
This presentation will outline lessons learned from three separate hydrate remediation projects in subsea flowlines, including planning and developing an effective execution strategy to minimize costs and production impacts. It also provides a basis for potential improvements in subsea design for future projects.

Tahiti Vertical Expansion Smart Subsea Pipeline Buckling Mitigation
Newly developed subsea rotating buoyancy technology to mitigate lateral buckling of high temperature subsea pipelines was adopted by the Chevron Tahiti Vertical Expansion (TVEX) project. This presentation explains the issues, development, qualification, full-scale testing, and deployment of the subsea rotating buoyancy technology to the TVEX project.

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