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Facilities Oil Patch Orientation

  1. 1. Oilpatch Orientation Facilities Presentation
  2. 2. Separator and Tank, Titusville, PA
  3. 3. PLUSPETROL – CAMISEA PROJECT • Comprehensive owner’s engineer services for gas gathering facilities and gas plant in Peruvian Amazon rainforest as well as fractionation plant and marine terminal on Pacific Coast. • Provided total execution strategy • Reviewed basic facilities design • Prepared bid packages for detailed design, procurement and construction • Coordinated logistics Malvinas Lima • Assisted in contractor selection Pisco San Martin and Cashiriari Fields • Provided construction management and commissioning/start-up support
  4. 4. ANADARKO HICKORY TOPSIDES 300 MMSCFD, 15 MBCPD and 20 MBWPD Dry Installed Weight 3,500 shts (w/o rig) TIC - $50 Million ($769/BOEPD, $14,286/sht & 27 m-h/sht (dry) Used 3D PDMS Drafting - Less than 0.5% Fabrication Errors and Improved Human Factors
  5. 5. CONOCO ARDALIN ONSHORE ARCTIC OIL FACILITY Location: Russia’s Timan-Pechora basin Description: A 25,000 BPD modular oil facility in the Russian arctic. This project was the first grass-roots development of a new oil field by a Russian/Western joint venture.
  6. 6. Horizontal Interface Control Gas Outlet Inlet Diverter Mist Extractor Inlet LC Oil LC Water Oil Water Outlet Oil Outlet Gas molecule Wier Liquid droplet
  7. 7. STAGE SEPARATION MULTI FLOWING TUBING PRESSURE (FTP) • Maximize use of reservoir energy as long as does not affect production rate. • Keep each well in as high pressure system as possible for as long as possible. • Manifold individual well flowlines to each stage to allow each well production to be routed individually without interfering with others.
  8. 8. Oil Treater ELECTROMAX Treater www.natcogroup.com
  9. 9. Example Onshore Facility
  10. 10. FTP PC Casing Gas Lift Gas SEPARATOR LC Tubing Q = f (PR – BHFP) FTP = P +Pflowline BHFP = FTP + ϒH +PTubing Gas Lift Q = flowrate into wellbore Valves PR = reservoir pressure BHFP = bottom hole flowing pressure FTP = Flowing tubing pressure Packer ϒ = average density of fluid in tubing P = separator pressure H = depth of reservoir BHFP Reservoir
  11. 11. ϒH or Summation Ptubing ϒH Ptubing Gas Lift Gas Flowrate
  12. 12. BP MARDI GRAS – TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM Mardi Gras
  13. 13. Offshore Platform, 1960
  14. 14. Offshore Platform, Today
  15. 15. OFFSHORE FIELD DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS
  16. 16. Production Systems
  17. 17. EXAMPLE DEEPWATER GOM JACKET •Water Depth 1,700 ft •Steel weight, Jacket 40,000 tons 20,000 tons •Number of conductors 50 •Installation method: Barge transported 2 pieces offshore mated Export: Pipeline to shore Payload / Hub Capacity High CAPEX High OPEX Low Industry Experience High
  18. 18. EXAMPLE NORTH SEA CONCRETE GRAVITY BASED STRUCTURE (GBS) • Water Depth 1,000 ft • Concrete weight 850,000 tons • Displacement at mating 1,200,000 tons • Number of wells 40 • Installation method Floated out to site • Export: Pipeline to shore • Payload / Hub Capacity High • CAPEX High • OPEX Moderate • Industry Experience High
  19. 19. EXAMPLE COMPLIANT TOWER PLATFORM (CPT) • Location GOM •Water depth 1,850 ft • Deck Weight 8,000 tons •Tower weight 40,000 tons • Pile weight 5,000 tons • Number of conductors 50 • Export Pipeline to shore • Payload / Hub Capacity High • CAPEX Moderate • OPEX Low • Industry Experience Moderate
  20. 20. EXAMPLE TENSION LEG PLATFORM (TLP) • Location GOM •Water Depth 4,000 ft • Deck Weight 23,000 tons •Total steel weight 40,000 tons • Number of tendons 16 • Displacement 98,000 tons •Number of wells 24 •Installation method: - Hull & MSF floated out to site - Deck modules installed offshore •Export: Pipeline to shore •Payload / Hub Capacity Moderate •CAPEX Moderate •OPEX Moderate •Industry Experience High
  21. 21. EXAMPLE SPAR / DEEP DRAFT CAISSON VESSEL (DDCV) Offs hore • Location GOM • Water depth 2,600 ft. • Topsides weight 9,000 tons • Displacement 40,000 tons • Hull weight 27,000 tons • Number of wells 20 • Export Pipeline to shore • Payload / Hub Capacity High • CAPEX Moderate • OPEX Moderate • Industry Experience Moderate T:PUBSANNEVGS1. (0897035) (18)
  22. 22. EXAMPLE FLOATING PRODUCTION, STORAGE AND OFFTAKE SYSTEM (FPSO) •Location GOM Production Facilities • Water depth 4,000 ft. Hull Turret • Displacement 125,000 • Deck Payload 30,000 tons Number of wells 20 Spring Buoy Mooring Lines • Export Oil Shuttle tanker Gas Pipeline to shore • Payload / Hub Capacity High • CAPEX Low • OPEX High Risers Chain Seabed anchors • Industry Experience High Gas Pipeline
  23. 23. EXAMPLE SEMISUBMERSIBLE VESSEL (SSV) BASED FIELD DEVELOPMENT • Location GOM • Water depth 2,200 ft. • Displacement 35,000 tons • Hull weight 10,000 tons Number of wells 24 • Export Flowlines to hub Pipeline hub to shore • Payload / Hub Capacity Low • CAPEX Moderate • OPEX High • Industry Experience High
  24. 24. WATER DEPTH RANGES FOR DEEPWATER PLATFORMS
  25. 25. P-36 – Less Than One Year Old
  26. 26. Area of Technical Expertise  Conceptual/FEED  Pipeline Design  Field Development  Riser System Design  Oil Dehydration and  Flow Assurance Produced Water Treating  Subsea Systems Design  Gas Sweetening and  Safety Dehydration  Gas Processing  Environmental Assessment  Gas Compression  Human Factors  Offshore Structures

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