“Five Things You Wanted to Know about Subsea Production Systems” - Subsea Transpostation, Umbilicals and Flowlines

Speaker Josh Bass
A Graduate from Texas A&M with a degree in MaritimeSystems Engineering, Joshua Bass has been working for Technip/Genesis for 7years performing various pipeline engineering roles, including, pipelinedesign, project and package engineering, and onshore/offshore pipelineconstruction and installation. Notable past project experience includes BP Atlantis detail design and execute; on siteduring double ...

A Graduate from Texas A&M with a degree in Maritime
Systems Engineering, Joshua Bass has been working for Technip/Genesis for 7
years performing various pipeline engineering roles, including, pipeline
design, project and package engineering, and onshore/offshore pipeline
construction and installation.

Notable past project experience includes BP Atlantis detail design and execute; on site
during double jointing operations at fabrication yard, as well as client rep
during pipeline installation consisting of 10” x 16” pipe-in-pipe production
lines and 10” water injection lines. Pipelines were installed by the J-lay
method by Heerema’s DCV Balder in a maximum water depth of 7500ft.  


Provided procurement and construction engineering for NGCTT NEO/Tobago Offshore
pipelines project; oversaw construction of 11km 36” gas import line from
offshore horizontal directional drilling (HDD) shore approach to New Abyssinia
gas gathering station including 48” hot tap downstream of the station.

Full Description

The final session of the 5 part series – “Subsea
transportation, umbilicals and flowlines” -
This presentation will cover
the link between subsea hardware at the drill center and the host facility.
This link includes pipelines for transporting hydrocarbons and umbilicals which
carry hydraulic, electrical, and optical signals to control the subsea hardware.
 Options for pipelines include wet insulated single pipe, pipe-in-pipe,
and flexible pipe; pros and cons of each system will be addressed as well as
when one option may be favored over another.  Equipment associated with
pipelines and umbilicals will also be discussed, including PLETs, pipeline
jumpers, SUTAs, SDUs, flying leads, and the function each one provides.  

Organizer Brad Nelson

When?

Wed, Jul. 31, 2013
4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. America/Chicago

How Much?

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Where?

Technip - Energy Tower I
11700 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77079

Technip Energy Tower 1

Ground Floor Conference Room

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