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Paper presented at the Subsea Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Conference, June 2–3, 2010
Paper Number: SUT-SCADA-10-107
... reliability and enhance oil recovery rates. This paper analyses the opportunities that can be exploited with the implemen- tation of technology insertion and discusses some options available to oper- ators. Each of these older fields has developed its own characteristics since its original deployment and thus...
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Paper presented at the Subsea Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Conference, June 2–3, 2010
Paper Number: SUT-SCADA-10-115
... module availability information artificial intelligence controller 115 Abstract Increasingly complex machinery is being installed on the seafloor for applica- tions such as subsea separation, gas compression and boost pumping. The oil and gas industry faces a significant challenge to ensure that...
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Paper presented at the Subsea Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Conference, June 2–3, 2010
Paper Number: SUT-SCADA-10-15
... development, high focus was ensured on system availability. The approach chosen had two separate systems: channel A and channel B, with end-to-end redundancy constantly from surface-to-subsea actuators and sensors. Sensors on the subsea trees are redundant and fully isolated from each other. Taking into...
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Paper presented at the Subsea Controls and Data Acquisition 2006: Controlling the Future Subsea, June 7–8, 2006
Paper Number: SUT-SCADA-06-025
...) architectures. A significant benefit of the dry-wet solution is the availability of DC power distribution to the wet nodes (circa 10 kW/node). When combined with all electric subsea systems, this offers the opportunity for cost-effective high-reliability control systems in any offshore area. This paper will...
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Paper presented at the Subsea Control and Data Acquisition: Proceedings of an international conference, April 20–21, 1994
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v32-187
...SUBSEA WELL CONTROL SYSTEMS THE SPECIFICATION OF RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY STEVE BYRNE Total 011 Marine Plc Stell Road Aberdeen AB 1 2QR ABSTRACT The successful deslgn of a subsea well control system depends chiefly upon the selection of highly rellable subsea components If a...

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