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TechnipFMC is a global leader in subsea, onshore, offshore, and surface technologies. The company is introducing a revolutionary product platform that makes subsea projects simpler, leaner and smarter. The smaller, modular designs use standardized components and 50% fewer parts to reduce engineering hours, enable easier installation and optimize field performance. When combined with iEPCI™, our powerful integrated approach to field architecture and project execution, Subsea 2.0 improves project economics and unlocks first oil and gas faster.
CTDirect Coiled Tubing Directional Drilling System
The CTDirect coiled tubing directional drilling system minimizes reservoir damage during underbalanced or managed pressure drilling. The CTDirect system includes:
a drill bit and motor or turbine for enhanced drilling efficiency
a steering assembly for continuous surveying, logging, and advanced drilling mechanics
an electrical orienter for continuous trajectory control.
Ideal for underbalanced and short-radius drilling, the CTDirect system allows you to produce while drilling untapped reserves in drilling applications. The system also enables you to achieve maximum reservoir contact, increase production potential, and produce while you drill.
ExxonMobil initiated oil and gas exploration activities in Guyana in 2008, collecting and evaluating substantial 3-D seismic data that led to the company safely drilling its first exploration well in 2015, Liza-1.
While U.S. shale remains a global hot spot, with multi-billion-dollar investment plans from supermajors ExxonMobil Corp. and Chevron Corp., independent producers have been under pressure from investors to focus on delivering returns rather than ambitious growth plans.
The products have been designed by combining both field-proven and new technologies. The products are smaller, lighter and use fewer parts than previous generations.
The products have been designed by combining both field-proven and new technologies. The products are smaller, lighter and use fewer parts than previous generations. The product platform is built using standardized components configured in a modular architecture.
Delivering unique benefits ●Reduced complexity of concept and product design ●More efficient project delivery from engineering to installation ●Optimized product performance and reduced costs beyond installation
Maersk Oil Qatar’s Al Shaheen development boasts many record breaking achievements, ranging from the most extensive 3D seismic survey ever, to drilling the world’s longest horizontal well.
The Al Shaheen development has reached a momentous stage in the project lifecycle as the field celebrates 20 years since first oil. During that time 300 wells have been drilled and the one billionth barrel milestone has been reached.
With a field of this complexity, 3D animation is the perfect medium to demonstrate exactly how the project challenges have been overcome. This animated video has been strategically designed to suit a range of audience groups by achieving a balance between technical and generic information.
Myriad Global Media has followed the Lucius project throughout its development, from discovery and appraisal through to engineering, fabrication and installation. The focus is on capturing what makes this project unique from an engineering perspective and how this feeds into the philosophy and capabilities of Anadarko and its partners. Filming commenced with footage of the 23,000-ton Lucius Spar’s christening ceremony, in Pori, Finland, and its subsequent journey to the Gulf of Mexico.
Many of the corporate videos produced by Myriad have been hosted on Anadarko’s YouTube channel, ‘AnadarkoTV’, and regularly achieve over 10,000 hits on YouTube.
TechnipFMC has established a strong reputation for innovation with its Riserless Light Well Intervention (RLWI) technology. This service helps the operators overcome the challenge of obtaining increased or additional production from mature oil fields. One of the biggest advantages of using RLWI is the elimination of a rig to perform operations. The operation can be executed from a vessel, resulting in lower costs. About 400 RLWI operations have been completed by TechnipFMC in the last decade.
Aker Solutions provide market leading technology for installation, well intervention and workover operations for the subsea oil and gas industry. With game changing technologies, onshore support centre and trained offshore personnel, Aker Solutions delivers safe and reliable turnkey solutions to the market.
Ultra deepwater discoveries are playing a crucial role in replacing global reserves. The world’s operating companies are now confronted with new challenges to ensure the reserves are discovered, appraised and developed safely and efficiently. Subsea landing strings are critical in delivering safe, compliant and efficient operations in all subsea applications (0-15,000ft water depth).
Expro subsea safety systems (ELSA®) and subsea control systems (EXPRESS) are specifically designed to minimise risk in subsea completion, intervention, exploration and appraisal operations and achieve secure well status in the event of an emergency.
ELSA® HD (Expro landing string assemblies) was specifically developed to operate in applications with highly aggressive erosive solids and deep water environments, offering exceptional reliability for all horizontal/vertical subsea xmas tree well completion and intervention operations.
The ELSA® HD comprises of a full suite of valve assemblies. The lubricator valve, retainer valve and subsea test tree provides a full range of well intervention, pressure control functions and disconnection capabilities for harsh completion installation, workover or intervention operations.
Oceaneering claims to offer the world’s largest fleet of installation, workover, and control systems (IWOCS) in addition to providing fully integrated project management and engineering solutions.
According to their website, their solutions cover your operations throughout the project lifecycle, with expertise in flow assurance, vessel services, subsea connections, communications solutions, umbilicals, diving, pipeline repair, and ROV services and tooling.
With over 40 years of experience, TechnipFMC Umbilicals is a global leader in the manufacture of subsea umbilical systems. With sites on four continents, they are perfectly positioned for seamless execution of projects to every corner of the global.
Founded as Edison Chouest Boat Rental in Galliano, Louisiana, in 1960, the Edison Chouest Offshore companies (ECO) are recognized today as the most diverse and dynamic marine transportation solution providers in the world. ECO operates a growing fleet of over 200 vessels, ranging from 87 to over 360 feet in length, serving an expanding global customer base. ECO supports the majority of the U.S. Gulf deepwater operations and an expanding global market with its fleet of highly specialized new generation offshore service and supply vessels. The majority of ECO vessels are designed, engineered and built at Chouest-affiliated shipyards. These world-class shipbuilding facilities are models of operational integrity. Chouest's ability to design, build, own and operate state-of-the-art, mission-specific vessels offers its customers a value unmatched in the industry.
From the manufacture of subsea connection hardware and umbilicals to vessel-based and ROV installation in the field, Oceaneering claims to safely provide customers a simpler, more cost-effective integrated subsea tieback solution.
Oceaneering also claims to provide a wide range of drilling and completions support services from aboard vessels and operational bases around the world. Our portfolio, experience, and footprint enable us to provide customized services rapidly and cost effectively. According to their website, they meet operational needs with services, including: remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and tooling, dredging, BOP intervention and control systems, communication solutions, subsea valves, and on-site machining and cutting.
This animation takes us on a journey from shallow to deep waters. It shows high precision installations in harsh conditions as well as subsea processing. It takes us along the seafloor by manifolds and clusters and ends with our vision of the subsea factory. Because the seafloor is the new surface.
From subsea to surface and concept to decommissioning, Aker Solutions offers technical expertise and strong partnerships provide energy companies the solutions they need to succeed. Combined with their long history of engineering for the most challenging environments, their approach delivers superior performance for customers and shareholders worldwide.
A power grid on the seabed, over 3,000 meters beneath the ocean surface - the "Subsea Power Grid". At the unique Subsea Technology Center in Trondheim, Siemens researchers are working on an underwater power network that can withstand high pressures of up to 320 bar - for a duration of 20 to 30 years! The prototype of a transformer can already be admired. The components for the first switchgear unit stand at the ready in a clean room - and the Siemens developers are already planning to use variable-speed drives. Some insights into pioneering research in the deep.
Seaway Offshore Cables is a leader in submarine cable installation, repair and maintenance serving the global offshore renewable energy and oil and gas sectors as well as utility markets since 2003.
Seaway Offshore Cables is an active member of a number of key industry organisations operating in the offshore renewable energy, oil and gas as well as submarine cable and subsea umbilical installation, repair and maintenance and related markets. We have taken a leadership role in developing industry guidelines and enhancing industry best practice by playing an active role in joint industry projects such as DNV-GL Cable Risk and Walk-to-Work.
The Helix Q7000 DP Class 3 semi-submersible is an advanced Well Intervention Unit. It can perform through-riser Well Intervention and decommissioning operations in water depths ranging from 85m to 3000m, utilizing the Helix designed Intervention Riser System (IRS) which features a High-Angle disconnect system. With its’ open deck plan and tri-axial configuration, the Q7000 is capable of a wide range of Production Enhancement operations. It is equally optimized for Well Decommissioning including suspension, tubing removal, Tree recovery and sea floor clean-up.
The Q4000 is a DP3 semisubmersible MODU converted designed for well intervention in water depths to 10,000 ft. This multipurpose vessel provides a stable platform for a wide variety of tasks, including subsea well intervention, field and well decommissioning, installation and recovery of subsea equipment, well testing and emergency well containment.
Check out this awesome new video for the Helix Q5000 Well Intervention Vessel. This multi-service vessel provides a stable platform for a wide variety of tasks, including subsea well intervention, field and well decommissioning, installation and recovery of subsea equipment, well testing and subsea construction activities.
3D animation undertaken for Helix ESG/Canyon Offshore focusing on the Grand Canyon vessel's multi-tasking capabilities.
Helix's roots begin in the 1960s with a group of pioneering oilfield divers whose work made possible many of the advancements in the offshore industry that are taken for granted today. Now we specialize in overcoming new offshore challenges using a fleet of unrivaled vessels that operate on subsea fields in every major producing region in the world.
Helix ESG is the world's preeminent contractor for live well intervention, which has helped establish the company as one of the industry's solutions for containing potential future subsea oil spills. They also offer one of the widest selections of specialized work-class ROVs available anywhere in the world.
At Helix, the employees take pride in being part of a global company that has set industry records and continues to make the most of opportunities where others see none at all. They have made a name for themselves by inventing new techniques and technology to meet the demands of producing oil and gas thousands of feet underwater – the harshest environment on the planet.