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Building Submarine Cables for Offshore Platforms

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  1. 1. Submarine Networks World Conference Singapore l September 2015 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES PNG LNG FIBRE CABLE PROJECT FOR OFFSHORE PLATFORMS www.gqi.com.au INSIGHTS
  2. 2. •  Introduc>on •  Trends and Fibre Solu>on For Offshore PlaEorm Communica>ons •  PNG LNG Fibre Cable Project INDEX
  3. 3. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES INTRODUCTION Building Submarine Cables DataCo is a new PNG SOE established in 2014 Is building the PNG NaJonal Transmission Network (NTN) Will be responsible for NaJonal and InternaJonal submarine cables and internaJonal gateways. The NTN will use part of the PNG LNG fibre cable. The PNG LNG fibre cable project completed in 2014 serves a major new PNG oil and gas project example of Government and private enterprise working together to provide much needed fibre infrastructure for public communica>ons. Use of fibre technology to offshore and on shore serve oil and gas installa>ons provides new fibre capacity to parts of PNG that would otherwise not be able to economically jus>fy the investment DataCo is now commercialising some of the fibres. INTRODUCTION
  4. 4. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES INTRODUCTION Submarine Cables in PNG INTERNATIONAL SUBMARINE CABLES Exis>ng Cables APNG-2 and PPC-1 Planned new cable from Port Moresby. A number of op>ons being considered NATIONAL SUBMARINE CABLE PROJECT Planned new 5,500km Domes>c Submarine Cable Network Connec>ng 14 coastal centres and major islands in PNG At the vendor evalua>on stage NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS
  5. 5. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES INTRODUCTION NATIONAL SUBMARINE FIBRE OPTIC CABLE NETWORK Proposed PNG The PNG LNG Fibre cable will form part of the PNG Na>onal Submarine fibre op>c cable network
  6. 6. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES TRENDS AND SOLUTIONS Trends MOVING TOWARDS REMOTE MONITORING & LESS HUMAN PRESENCE ON THE PLATFORM OFFSHORE PLATFORM •  Onsite measuring and interpreta>on •  Decision and ac>on TODAY SHORT TERM LONG TERM OFFSHORE PLATFORM •  Onsite measuring •  Onshore office informa>on and consul>ng on key issues •  Decision and ac>on OFFSHORE PLATFORM •  Ac>on and key HSE decision ONSHORE OFFICE •  Post opera>ons modeling •  Informa>on & data backup ONSHORE OFFICE •  Real >me monitoring •  Opera>ons real >me modeling •  Communica>on of key issues & remarks to offshore field ONSHORE OFFICE •  Real >me controlling and contribu>on to opera>ng decisions PLATFORM CONNECTIVITY ONSHORE OFFICE OFFSHORE FIELD ONSHORE OFFICE OFFSHORE FIELD Unlimited distance ONSHORE OFFICE OFFSHORE FIELD Unlimited distance ONSHORE MONITORING ONSHORE CONTROLLING & CO-OPERATING OIL AND GAS OFFSHORE OPERATIONS
  7. 7. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES TRENDS AND SOLUTIONS Capacity 0 200 400 600 800 1.000 1.200 > 1 Gb/s 75 – 150 Mb/s 3 – 9 Mb/s 150 people offshore plaEorm in deep water with satellite 150 people plaEorm in deep water with fibre op>c technology Future 150 people offshore plaEorm in deep water with fibre op>c Currently, data transmission on an deep water offshore plaEorm far from the shore is limited and constrained by its satellite connec>on to well below 10 Mb/s PlaEorms already connected with op>cal fiber technology benefit from much higher capacity (~1Gb/s installed capacity) and experience much higher traffic (75 – 150 Mb/s) Data transmission for opera>ons will jump in future plaEorms connected with op>cal fibre given the increased weight of remote control and new opera>ons needs such as Permanent Reservoir Monitoring 2 - 4 Mb/s 5 - 75 Mb/s 30 - 75 Mb/s Crew welfare 1 - 4 Mb/s 30 Mb/s 40 Mb/s PlaEorm management 0. 25 - 0.51 Mb/s 40 Mb/s 1 000 Mb/s Opera>ons TODAY TOMORROW Satellite Op>cal Fibre FIBRE MATCHES THE DATA TRAFFIC NEEDS OF TODAY AND TOMORROW REQUIRED NOW AND IN THE FUTURE
  8. 8. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES TRENDS AND SOLUTIONS ConnecJvity OpJons THE THREE MAIN OPTIONS SATELLITE OPTICAL FIBRE MICROWAVE / TROPOSCATTER <150 km Unlimited REACHABLE DISTANCE 300 Mb/s Up to 10 Tb/s CAPACITY Point to mul>-point Point to point & point to mul>-point CONNECTION Unlimited 10 Mb/s Point to point RELIABILITY + +++ ++ CAPEX/OPEX $$/$$$ $$$/$ $$/$$$ OPTICAL FIBRE OFFERS THE BEST MIX PLATFORM CONNECTIVITY PROVIDED BY
  9. 9. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES TRENDS AND SOLUTIONS Fibre connecJon TO OFFSHORE PLATFORMS Beach Manhole Cable Sta>on DRY PLANT POP Land Cable WET PLANT BACKBONE IS COMMON WITH TELECOM SPECIFIC LAST MILE FOR OIL & GAS
  10. 10. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES TRENDS AND SOLUTIONS Fixed Pladorm STATIC RISER CABLE INSTALLATION IN I/J TUBE
  11. 11. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES TRENDS AND SOLUTIONS Dedicated Dynamic Riser •  Assumes an I-Tube is available •  Typically uses flota>on to minimize strain •  Requires specific engineering
  12. 12. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES TRENDS AND SOLUTIONS Subsea ConnecJons Principle FloaJng Asset Telecom room Cable CTA UTA/SDU I-Tube Seabed Topside cable Wet mate connector C2 Wet mate connector C1 Hose Length ~60 m Riser/Umbilical
  13. 13. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES PNG LNG FIBRE CABLE PROJECT PNG LNG Fibre Submarine Cable Route
  14. 14. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES PNG LNG FIBRE CABLE PROJECT PNG LNG Fibre cable system BMH Cau>on Bay Near Port Moresby Hides Gas Plant Kopi 340 Km land cable Hides to Oma>, 10 fibres for DataCo. Remainder for Esso Highlands, Oil Search and SHP Oma> 2x 10 G 2x 10 G 2x 10 G 400Km Submarine cable Oma> to Cau>on Bay, 10 fibres for DataCo. Remainder for: Esso Highlands, Oil Search and SHP Land Fibre Access Points 2x10 G Dataco Lit Capacity Only Shown BMH Kumul Oil PlaEorm (Connected) Kerema BU Bereima BU Daru BU BU DataCo lit capacity only Submarine Cable 24 Fibres Land Cable 24 Fibres DATA CO LAND FIBRE TO PORT MORESBY •  Repeater less 24 op>cal fibre cable Hides to Port Moresby •  340Km land fibre op>c cable plus 400Km Submarine fibre cable •  Alactel Submarine Networks turnkey contractor to ExxonMobil for submarine part •  Extera Op>cal SLTE •  Exxon operate and maintains the cable
  15. 15. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES PNG LNG FIBRE CABLE PROJECT PNG LNG Submarine Cable Fibre connec>on to a fixed offshore plaEorm (Kumul Marine Terminal) through a J - t u b e . P r o v i d e s communica>on from the plaEorm and associated e q u i p m e n t t o P o r t Moresby Addi>onal BU’s provided for future use for Na>onal Submarine Fibre Cable connec>on to: Daru, Kerrima and Bereima CONNECTING REMOTE PRODUCTION PLATFORM TO ONSHORE FACILITIES
  16. 16. • Confiden>al DQMDBV2.0 Only fibre can provides cost effecJve and reliable communicaJons soluJons for the long term communicaJon needs of off shore oil and gas operator for. Fibre solu>ons are more expensive that alterna>ves such as satellites so have a number of economic and technical issues that need to be resolved. The PNG LNG fibre project is a good example of where the economic and technical problems were successfully solved. The project was technically difficult because of the remote loca>on and difficult route e.g. the fibre cable was required to be buried over a long length of the submarine route in the delta of the Fly River. The project structure is an example of successful Government and the oil/gas companies coopera>ng to share costs to enable the superior fibre solu>ons for the oil and gas project operator as well as to provide much needed communica>ons capacity in remote areas of PNG which would other wise not be viable for fibre communica>ons. SUMMARY BUILDING SUBMARINE CABLES SUMMARY
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