Atlanta Field: Operational Safety and Integrity Management
- Jorge Ricardo Siqueira (Enauta Energia S.A.) | Carlos Alberto Pedroso (Enauta Energia S.A.) | Fernando Bastos (Enauta Energia S.A.) | Helio Alves (4Subsea) | Amanda Henriques (Expro) | Stuart Wardlaw (Expro)
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- Offshore Technology Conference Brasil, 29-31 October, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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- 2019. Offshore Technology Conference
- Risk Management, Operational Safety, Well Integrity, Subsea Systems Integrity
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The publication of ANP Resolution 41/2015, which established the Operational Safety Regulation for Subsea System – SGSS and ANP Resolution 46/2016, that established the Technical Regulation of the Well Integrity Management System - SGIP, defined that Operator Companies operating in Brazil must have integrity management programs for their assets, specifically related to wells and subsea system equipment.
The Regulations are non-prescriptive, giving the Operators freedom to establish their own integrity management philosophy and methodology. On the other hand, a Company can choose how to set up its integrity management program. Furthermore, many technical decisions must be made to comply with the regulations.
In a scenario where operational safety and integrity management can both further develop, implementing a system that manage and monitor all datas related to these issues is a big challenge.
This paper shows how a Brazilian independent oil and gas Operator implemented these regulations and which technical solutions were considered in order to manage the integrity of its assets and maintain a high level of operational safety in its operations.
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Marsili, M. D., de Góes Monteiro, G. G., Pedroso, C. A., Neto, S. J. A., de Almeida Ferreira, I., Rocha, P. S., … Branco, V. (2015, May 4). Atlanta Field: Developing Heavy and Viscous Oil in a Challenging Environment. Offshore Technology Conference. doi: 10.4043/25813-MS.