With the increase in offshore deep water discoveries the architecture of subsea field developments and therefore the subsea production systems are changing rapidly. Subsea technology provides a means to technically and economically produce remote and/or deep water reserves by placing subsea equipment i.e. Wellhead, Tree system, Manifold etc. on the sea bed. The subsea production system can range in complexity from a single satellite well with a flowline linked to a fixed/floating platform, to several wells on a template or clustered around a manifold that transfers oil and gas to a fixed or floating facility or directly to onshore facilities.
Presenter: Zahid Hasan is the Subsea Field Development Lead for FMC Technologies Australia & New Zealand. He has more than twelve years of experience in offshore and subsea engineering, in particular subsea hardware and system engineering projects. Before joining FMC Technologies, Zahid worked for DNV and was involved with technology development for subsea pipeline and DNV led Joint Industry projects for offshore and subsea structures.
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