TechnipFMC – Knut Olav Sønåsen

Reactive Flex-Joint- a qualified and field proven solution for Wellhead fatigue challenges Awareness of lower available Wellhead fatigue life increases as the industry gains more knowledge through analysis and tests. Loads on Wellhead are affected by vessel movements transferred through Marine Riser and Blow Out Preventer. These loads cause cyclical bending moments and Wellhead fatigue […]

TechnipFMC – Gandi Rahmawan Setyadi

Deep Water Boosting Design in an Operational Perspective Deep water oil developments often require the use of artificial lift. Subsea boosting technologies provides robust performance, and the installed base of subsea boosting pumps is steadily increasing. The need for better understanding of how more cost-efficient systems can be designed and operated has led to the […]

TechnipFMC – Yngve Børstad

Installation of the world’s first floating wind park The Hywind technology was conceived in 2001 and by 2009 the concept had matured enough to install the world’s first floating wind turbine. In 2017 the Hywind concept was deployed at a large scale for the first time in the Hywind Scotland Pilot Park. The park is […]

TechnipFMC – Sigurd Hernæs

Integrated Front-End Work; Models, Benefits, and Challenges The subsea industry has for many years operated with a field development model where the work is split between the Subsea Production System(SPS) suppliers and the Subsea Umbilical, Riser and Flowline (SURF) (includes also installation) suppliers. The last years it has been a very strong focus on integrated […]