Subsea7 – Wayne Sherry

The Transformation of Underwater Vehicles; key to reducing IRM costs Subsea Inspection Repair and Maintenance (IRM) services have traditionally been vessel-based, relying on Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) or Diver operations. The industry challenge to reduce costs is driving the development of new working practices, leveraging the latest in communications, system electrification and autonomous technologies to […]

Subsea7 – Stian Sande

Value mapping – from design to end of field life, maximising assets The Alliance between AkerBP, Aker Solutions and Subsea 7 is based on a few simple but fundamental principles. Some of these are early engagement, openness and information sharing, working together in integrated teams and sharing of commercial upsides and downsides. In practical terms […]

Subsea7 – Arne Skeie

First use of new technology enables development of field in Norwegian sea The Ærfugl field is a gas condensate field located in the Norwegian Sea to the West of Skarv and Idun fields. Heat input into the flow line system will be required during both plateau and off-plateau production periods. The enabling technology Electrically Heat […]

Subsea7 – Erik Klein

World’s larges bundle system for the Snorre Expansion Project The Snorre Expansion Project in the Tampen Area will connect up to 24 wells in 6 new subsea drill centers. Connections are made through 21km of the largest bundle systems ever built, maximal in length, setting a record for diameter as well as weight. The flowlines […]