March 10, 2016


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ABSTRACT of Presentation

This discussion will highlight some of the findings in the first edition of API standard 17TR8, recognize the work being done for the second edition, and touch on some of the work being done by other API subcommittees. 

17TR8 is an API technical report published in February, 2015 to establish design methods, material functional specifications, and design validation requirements for equipment operating above 15000 psi and 350 F, specifically for subsea equipment.

As the first design guideline, 17TR8 provides the industry a foothold in developing other HPHT standards for based on current high pressure design theory and fracture mechanics protocols developed since the late 1970's. It also worked hard to reconcile these more advanced design guidelines with grandfathered equipment, built without these advanced design tools/theories, but nevertheless qualified through rigorous material practices and exhaustive qualification tests and in service history.

Since its introduction, other Subcommittees within API's CSOEM are now using 17TR8 as a template in part or in total to develop their own HPHT guidelines.

The 2015 publishing date was a compromise by the task group to get most of the basic guidelines out to the industry in time to address pressing pending projects. But not all of the vexing issues could be brokered in time. So the task group has embarked on a second edition of 17TR8 to provide clarity of existing text and address outstanding issues not addressed in the first edition. The second edition is not intended to change scope or direction; merely to clarify and provide additional insight and guidance.

 

Upon registration and payment, the Webinar information will be emailed to the email address on your registration.


Featured Speakers

Speaker Brian Skeels, Emerging Technologies Director, FMC Technologies
  Brian Skeels has 36 years experience in subsea completion and pipeline design and installation. 5 Years with Exxon Production Research Company working on Exxon’s famous SPS and UMC subsea systems, and the rest with FMC Technologies and FTO Services.  As FMC’s Emerging Technology Director, he serves as a technical ...

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Brian Skeels has 36 years experience in subsea completion and pipeline design and installation. 5 Years with Exxon Production Research Company working on Exxon’s famous SPS and UMC subsea systems, and the rest with FMC Technologies and FTO Services.  As FMC’s Emerging Technology Director, he serves as a technical subsea advisor for HPHT and strategic planning specialist for frontier technologies and new business opportunities. At FTO, his efforts delve into riserless light well intervention, ROV and remote robotics technology, and hydrate remediation programs.


Mr. Skeels has been part of API’s Upstream Standards for 31 years and currently serves on the API Subcommittee 17 executive committee. He serves as task group chairman for 17G on subsea intervention systems, co-chair for 17D on subsea tree and wellhead equipment, and chairs 17TR8 for HPHT equipment design. Brian also on several Industry and professional society conference program boards.


Brian has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University and an MS in Ocean Engineering from the University of Rhode Island.  He has won numerous professional awards and is an adjunct professor in subsea engineering at the University of Houston. 

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Organizer

Barry Faulkner

Email: barryfaulkner@earthlink.net
Phone: (281) 627-8790 


Date and Time

Thu, March 10, 2016

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) America/Chicago

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Location

At your desk



Group(s): General Meeting