C&P: "Development of a 20,000 psi Drilling, Completion, Intervention, Subsea & Subsurface Equipment in 60,000 ft. water depth in the GoM

Speaker: Jim Raney
Speaker Jim Raney
Jim Raney graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1975. Jim joined Mobil Oil in 1981 after serving 6 years on active duty. He served in a variety of technical and management assignments with Mobil.  At the merger of Exxon and Mobil in 1999, Jim served ...

Jim Raney graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1975. Jim joined Mobil Oil in 1981 after serving 6 years on active duty. He served in a variety of technical and management assignments with Mobil.  At the merger of Exxon and Mobil in 1999, Jim served a technical advisor to ExxonMobil Production Company before joining Anadarko Petroleum’s International team in 2001. He was called to active duty to support Operation Enduring and Iraqi Freedom soon after 911. In 2004, Jim Raney returned to Anadarko and is currently in the Director, Engineering & Technology. 


Jim currently leads the Anadarko Petroleum’s HP/HT efforts to build 20,000 psi rig, BOP, riser, subsea equipment and subsurface equipment for a GoM development. 


Jim currently serves as a member of the API Committee on Standardization of Oilfield Equipment and Materials (CSOEM) and Vice-Chairman of the API Global Industry Service Committee (GISC)He is past chairman of the API Committee on Standardization of Oilfield Equipment and Materials (CSOEM), API Monogram Program Board (MPB) and API Protocol for Equipment Rated above 15,000 psi Committee (TR PER15K-1). Jim is also on the Board of Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA) 

Full Description

Anadarko has discovered a field in the GoM where the MASP at the mudline exceed 15,000 psi, therefore Anadarko has assemble a “20A” team consisting of experts in the design development, manufacture, and inspection of Drilling, Completions, Intervention, Subsea and Subsurface Equipment in a 20,000 psi environment.  This presentation will explain the the development concepts and challenges ahead in a 20,000 psi development for the GoM including: technical and quality requirements for equipment; the design verification and testing validation for this equipment to meet the regulatory requirements; and methods to monitor the manufacture, inspection, and factory acceptance testing.

Organizer Jonathan Godwin

Contact Information


Phone: 281-921-6526


Email:   jgodwin@carboceramics.com

When?

Wed, Nov. 19, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Greenspoint Club
16925 Northcase Drive
Houston, Texas 77060
United States

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