Digital Energy: Real-time Monitoring and Production Optimization of Subsea Fields

Speaker Janardhan Davalath
Western Region Manager of Subsea Process Systems and Flow Management FMC Technologies Janardhan Davalath is Western Region Manager of Subsea Process Systems and Flow Management at FMC Technologies.  He leads a department with a diverse group of professionals responsible for business development, design, engineering, product development, sales / marketing and ...

Western Region Manager of Subsea Process Systems and Flow Management FMC Technologies



Janardhan Davalath is Western Region Manager of Subsea Process Systems and Flow Management at FMC Technologies.  He leads a department with a diverse group of professionals responsible for business development, design, engineering, product development, sales / marketing and execution of projects in subsea process systems and flow management.  Process systems include subsea separation, boosting and pumping technology applications.  Flow Management includes multiphase flow, flow assurance, thermal systems design and fluid dynamics with particular emphasis in subsea and deepwater applications, including software for production monitoring, surveillance, control and optimization.  He is also responsible for coordination, alignment and building strong relationships with key partners, suppliers, R&D groups and global coordination on Subsea Process Systems and Flow Management product line execution within FMC.  He holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Lamar University and a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University.

Full Description
As subsea oil and gas developments continue in deep offshore and remote regions, the need for real-time monitoring to optimize production operations and asset integrity becomes more important in the industry.  Considering the large CAPEX investments associated with such deepwater subsea fields, there is increased industry focus on improved reservoir recovery, condition and performance monitoring and production optimization.  To respond to this need, real-time systems such as FMC's FlowManagerTM have been developed to produce accurate monitoring of production and injection rates, monitoring of flow assurance performance such as liquid hold-up in flow lines, hydrate monitoring, formation water break-through, choke optimization, wax buildup in flow lines and abnormal blockages in subsea systems.
 
In this presentation, FMC Technologies will describe how model-based software system delivers real-time performance monitoring of subsea fields to enable optimized production and minimize costly downtime.  The presentation will cover example applications of this system in several subsea fields currently in operation or under development.
Organizer Carol Piovesan

When?

Wed, Nov. 14, 2012
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Courtyard on St James
1885 Saint James Pl
Houston, Texas 77056
USA

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