As you know, making subsea systems work in deepwater developments is not easy — such as at BP’s Atlantis, Na Kika, Thunder Horse and Mad Dog platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.
Any subsequent requirements to repair or intervene with installed subsea equipment can be expensive to the tune of $50 million or more, and unscheduled expenses of this magnitude can result in the economic failure of subsea projects.
Any subsea engineer can avoid expensive guesswork from extending asset life and developing stranded fields cost-effectively by attending Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference because you will gain insights tried-and-tested solutions globally.
This year, Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference highlights best practices and solutions in end-to-end subsea processing that are now being considered standard, tested and tried to save you millions of dollars from costly mistakes, that all of us cannot afford!
Conference Details: Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference
Theme: Standards for high reliability and short turnaround intervention
Date: April 12-13, 2018 | Venue: Windsor Barra Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Benefits of attending:
• Gain the skill to operate subsea equipment for several years without maintenance
• Curb the high CAPEX in subsea processing through flexible solutions
• Slash high intervention costs through OneSubsea's cutting-edge integrated solution
• Meet technology gaps, such as long-distance transmission of high power subsea
— Subsea Control Systems
— Emergency Response / Contractor Safety Management
— Project Manager / Site Manager
— Subsea Engineer
— Head of Upstream Tax
— Technical Competency Manager
— Lead Researcher Subsea
— Lead Geophysicist
— Reservoir Manager / Reservoir Engineer
— Exploration Manager
— Decommissioning Manager
— Principal Operations Geologist
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18 December 2018 (RIO DE JANEIRO). Brazil is back in the game, and Brazil’s priorities will be to start production from the existing discoveries and increase production from established wells.
With the success of Brazil's pre-salt giant Libra oil field producing first oil whilst spearheading an ambitious license round schedule comprising of up to 10 bid rounds within the next 3 years and permanent offer in a total of 846 exploration blocks in 13 different sedimentary basins, new technology is critical to maintaining growth. And the secret to Brazil’s deepwater success is subsea multiphase boosting innovation.
"According to our research, subsea processing and separation are very attractive for many folks, after all subsea systems were born in Brazil. If one looks at all the fields, all the wells will produce less, yet recovery can be increased through subsea works. The pre-salt resources in Brazil and offshore around the Golden Triangle require these services in abundance. Petrobras itself forecast $1.5 billion dollars of demand for subsea trees,” says Mr Rex Sayson, Research Director at the Center for Energy Sustainability and Economics.
"What we hear is that recovery rates now are at about 30 per cent. Increasing this to 45-50 per cent would be a huge opportunity. Pumping and power are the key areas to make this happen. Linking subsea wells has been shown to make pressure management easier.” It is important for solution providers to differentiate their technology, because in this game, only the most innovative and relevant will survive.
The Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference (April 12-13, 2018, Windsor Barra Hotel & Congressos, Rio de Janeiro) is very timely to help flow assurance and production experts address this challenge, with the latest state-of-the-art technologies and lessons learned for boosting production whilst reducing intervention turnaround time and extraction cost as subsea development water depths and step-out lengths increase.
"As oil approaches $65 a barrel, the global subsea pumps and multiphase market will grow 11.3% culminating to $1.7 billion in 2020. Brazil, West Africa, and Mozambique regions will drive the momentum from increasing utilization of subsea boosting for oil production," says Mr Sayson. “There’s only room for a few players, and the most relevant and fit will dominate the Brazil deepwater market.”
"Increasing business development will drive growth across the sector. The Brazilian opportunity for everyone is very real - the resource is there, and it can be developed. But nothing is guaranteed, which is why it is important for everyone who is serious about staying in the oil and gas business to stay alert to operators’ developing needs offshore Brazil and offshore South America.”
Event Title: Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference
Theme: New innovations for high reliability and short turnaround intervention
Date: April 12-13, 2018
Venue: Windsor Barra Hotel, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Petrobras pushes for 45-50% recovery rate, and subsea multiphase boosting is a critical technology to support this growth. Attend SUBSEA MULTIPHASE BOOSTING 2018 (April 12-13, 2018, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)—the only conference for flow assurance and production professionals in Brazil, West Africa, and Mozambique regions on using subsea multiphase boosting innovations to achieve readiness in an era of lower breakeven in E&P. Get your team ready or have your company promoted by visiting the Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference website <http://amgfirst.com/index.php/multiphase-2018> for more info.
This conference is designed for these job titles:
To sponsor or bring groups to the conference, contact:
Frank Mercado, Head of Sponsorships
Arc Media Global LLC
subsea multiphase boosting, Brazil, pre-salt, multiphase flow, pumps, meters, Petrobras, Libra, ANP
The Brazilian opportunity for everyone is very real, the resource is there, and it can be developed. As evidenced by Libra recently starting production, new technology is critical to maintaining growth.
Recovery rates now are at about 30 per cent. Increasing this to 45-50 per cent would be a huge opportunity. The opportunity is from being able to bring lifting costs down to under $8 a barrel. Pumping and power are the key areas to make this happen. Linking subsea wells has been shown to make pressure management easier. Hence, the timeliness of a specific subsea multiphase boosting technical conference is there.