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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 6–9, 2013
Paper Number: OTC-23937-MS
... module workable status sea bed weight chain riser curvature offshore technology conference installation upstream oil & gas configuration OTC 23937 WEIGHT ADDED WAVE (WAW) SYSTEM IN PRODUCTION -A BRAZIL OFFSHORE APPLICATION Yucheng Hou, John Zhang, Zhimin Tan, Tricia Hill, Terry Sheldrake...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, April 30–May 3, 2012
Paper Number: OTC-23629-MS
... drilled to evaluate hydrocarbon reservesat deep and ultra deep sea beds. A temporary string composed of several toolsthat include a test packer, downhole shut-in valve, circulating valve andbottom pressure/temperature gauges is run. The DST will flow the reservoir, which disturbs reservoir pressure, and...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 1–4, 2006
Paper Number: OTC-17979-MS
... equipment components into a workable and safe operational system. atlantis ob project technology conference operation remotely operated vehicle artificial intelligence gantry crane container reservoir characterization module deployment skid rov manipulator canyon offshore sea bed node...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 2–5, 2005
Paper Number: OTC-17259-MS
... Abstract During installation of polyester mooring lines for the Red Hawk cell spar in the Gulf of Mexico, one segment accidentally contacted the sea bed. Kerr-McGee Oil & Gas Corporation (Kerr-McGee) is the operator and Devon Energy Corporation (Devon) is a 50% partner in the facility. The...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 3–6, 1999
Paper Number: OTC-10720-MS
... contribute with new information to the market and addressing subjects that can have impact on the anchoring systems, we selected the following aspects to comment on about synthetic cables: life span, internal abrasion, interaction with sea bed, operational feed-back, use of other fibres, standardization...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 5–8, 1997
Paper Number: OTC-8385-MS
.... The first phase of the operations were completed about 3 months ahead of the arrival of the Spar hull at site. Inthis phase, the six anchor piles were driven and the six mooring lines were laid on the sea bed. In the second phase of installation operations, hull towout to the site, ballasting and...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 5–8, 1997
Paper Number: OTC-8493-MS
... mobility sea bed submarine pipeline midstream oil & gas configuration inspection pipeline stability free span pipeline reliability proc bruschi interaction offshore pipeline sediment upstream oil & gas erodible sea bed liquefaction otc 8493 artificial intelligence...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 5–8, 1997
Paper Number: OTC-8560-MS
... shear wave deployment upstream oil & gas water depth cable reservoir characterization compagnie gbnbrale application node positioning variation sea bed otc 8560 chambovet gbophysique geophone offshore coupling acquisition Abstract Seismic technology, in the oil and...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 1–4, 1995
Paper Number: OTC-7849-MS
... a set of practices that had been developed and become ‘normal’ over a period of years. The costs associated in managing this mistrust are huge offshore industry sea bed supplier cultural change communication north sea old culture knowledge management presentation crine initiative...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 1–4, 1995
Paper Number: OTC-7792-MS
... shown in figure 2. The jacket was lifl installed by the two crane lifi vessel M7000. Ailer it was placed on the sea bed the legs were filled with water for additional penetration of the skirts. The final penetration was then achieved by pumping the water out from under the skirts such that the jacket...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 2–5, 1994
Paper Number: OTC-7452-MS
... by a vertical skirt penetrating the sea bed. The plate foundation acts in principle as a gravity foundation. Due to the skirts, however, the foundation has a considerable capacity for tension loading even for sandy soil conditions. The tension capacity is due to high suction pressures as the tension...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 1–4, 1989
Paper Number: OTC-6141-MS
... penetration ote 6141 technology conference platform template installation tieback bent sub oseberg sea bed rig bha design requirement upstream oil & gas assembly drilling operation conductor conductor installation drilling technology OTe 6141 The Oseberg Field Drilling...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 1–4, 1989
Paper Number: OTC-6153-MS
.../ and /2/, which was initiated in 1984 and now is in its final phase. displacement upstream oil & gas pipe test span programme sea bed flexible pipe frequency pipe inline regular wave long free span steady current offshore pipeline flexible pipe test vibration vortex...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 2–5, 1988
Paper Number: OTC-5854-MS
... ABSTRACT A numerical method is presented for the analysis of the wave-induced excess pore water pressure in a poro-elastic sea bed of finite thickness in which horizontal pipelines are buried. Under consideration of the flow field of a linear gravity wave and on the basis of Biot's...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, April 27–30, 1987
Paper Number: OTC-5453-MS
... positioning system, then small pipeline leaks can be located and traced back to their source. This was originally accomplished (Dunlap, Bradley and Moore) in the early 1960's and in recent years has become a fairly routine practice for accurately locating petroleum seeps from the sea bed during geochemical...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 5–8, 1986
Paper Number: OTC-5343-MS
... example pipeline scour-induced free span scour pipeline reliability probability free span madsen vibration failure probability sea bed reliability pipeline leak detection application artificial intelligence crack growth measurement and control defect assessment modeling span...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 6–9, 1985
Paper Number: OTC-4906-MS
... ABSTRACT A two-dimensional numerical model (MUD-1) was developed to assess the impacts of 1arge offshore structures on coastal sedimentation. The model can be applied to wave-dominated coastal regions with gently- sloped sea beds composed of sandy- silt and water depths less than 10 meters...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 6–9, 1985
Paper Number: OTC-4925-MS
... on trenching, at least for small-diameter pipelines. In the early years of North Sea development, for instance, authorities asked for pipelines to be lowered below the natural sea bed, sometimes to a depth of 2 or 3 m. It was widely a,rgued that these requirements were excessive, and the generally...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 7–9, 1984
Paper Number: OTC-4667-MS
... than 300 words. ABSTRACT Under certain conditions submarine pipelines bury themselves down to two diameters below the original sea bed. A field example is presented, and an analysis is given of the possible mecha- nisms involved. Seeking a wider application of this phenomenon, a stimulated self-burial...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, April 30–May 3, 1979
Paper Number: OTC-3475-MS
... ABSTRACT Today there are 13 concrete gravity platforms installed in the North Sea. The UK and Norwegian Governments require to have these huge structures removed when the oil or gas production is over in order to leave a clean sea bed and eliminate any obstruction or danger to navigation...

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