Schlumberger introduced at this time an award to OneSubsea by A/S Norske Shell of a body settlement for an engineering, procurement, building and set up (EPCI) contract for the provision of a subsea multiphase compression system for the Ormen Lange Field within the Norwegian Sea.
Through the EPCI contract, OneSubsea, the subsea applied sciences, manufacturing and processing methods division of Schlumberger, and its Subsea Integration Alliance accomplice Subsea7 will provide and set up a subsea multiphase compression system that makes use of the trade’s solely subsea multiphase compression expertise. OneSubsea will, within the first part of the mission, do the engineering and design of the whole system. Following the ultimate funding resolution by the license group, the whole scope of the EPCI might be executed.
The compression system might be powered and managed from the Nyhamna onshore gasoline processing plant, which is 120 km from the subsea location. This tieback distance can also be a world report for transmitting variable pace energy from an onshore facility to gear on the seabed.
The system might be put in at 850 m of water depth and contains two 16-MW subsea compression stations tied into current manifolds and pipelines. This multiphase compression system is surge tolerant, doesn’t require wellstream preprocessing, and is adaptable to the various circumstances over the lifetime of the sphere.
“Our subsea multiphase compression system is a sturdy, compact and cost-efficient answer that can assist Shell unlock the total potential of the Ormen Lange Field. Our distinctive moist gasoline compression expertise can even assist clients decrease their carbon footprint,” stated Don Sweet, president OneSubsea.
OneSubsea multiphase compression expertise leads to an easier, extra reasonably priced and easier-to-install subsea compression system. By reducing backpressure on the reservoir, this expertise helps clients enhance restoration and lengthen the lifetime of their gasoline developments.
Ormen Lange is a pure gasoline subject on the Norwegian continental shelf. It is located 120 km northwest of Kristiansund, the place seabed depths differ between 800 and 1,100 m.
(Source: Schlumberger – Image: Ormen Lange onshore Faility in Nyhamna. Norway)
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