BP and Enpro Subsea (Enpro) announce the execution of a world body settlement aimed toward offering an enhanced subsea structure and sensible standardization utilizing Enpro’s patented Flow Access Module (FAM) expertise.
Enpro Subsea equipped the FAM expertise to BP on the Kepler K3 challenge within the Gulf of Mexico, enabling challenge particular applied sciences to be seamlessly added to BP’s commonplace subsea bushes and manifolds, considerably lowering challenge prices and schedule, to assist BP in reaching sanction to first oil in lower than 12 months.
The patented Flow Access Module (FAM) expertise permits quick observe, capital environment friendly subsea tiebacks. It basically creates an enhanced manufacturing ‘USB port’ throughout the jumper envelope. This permits the operator to make use of commonplace subsea bushes and manifolds, with FAM and distributed manifold system offering lifetime of discipline flexibility throughout the system design, delivering ‘Smart Standardization’ and the potential to maximise the final word restoration from subsea wells.
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On the K3 challenge, BP used FAM to put in multi-phase metering, water minimize metering and sand detection on the Xmas tree finish of a three.2-km single spur tieback, along with hydrate remediation and stream assurance hydraulic intervention module adjoining to the manifold, eradicating the price, threat and schedule related to modifying commonplace or adopting the twin stream loop different. Following the success of the Kepler K3 challenge, Enpro and BP at the moment are collaborating on comply with up FAM tasks, together with BP’s Ariel 6, which is because of be put in later in 2019.
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