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"Разработка шельфа в экстремальных климатических условиях. Задачи и решения представленные в проекте RU-NO Barents." Владимир Ряшин, директор в России,

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Presentation on theme: ""Разработка шельфа в экстремальных климатических условиях. Задачи и решения представленные в проекте RU-NO Barents." Владимир Ряшин, директор в России,"— Presentation transcript:

1 "Разработка шельфа в экстремальных климатических условиях. Задачи и решения представленные в проекте RU-NO Barents." Владимир Ряшин, директор в России, INTSOK - Norwegian Oil and Gas Partners. “Offshore development in harsh environments. Challenges and solutions described in RU-NO Barents Project." Vladimir Ryashin, Russia Country Manager, INTSOK - Norwegian Oil and Gas Partners. 23 Оctober, 2014 | Moscow

2 INTSOK - Norwegian Oil & Gas Partners INTSOK was established in 1997 as an independent non-profit foundation to strengthen the long- term basis for value creation and employment in the Norwegian oil and gas industry through expanding the industry’s international business activities. INTSOK currently includes 230 independent, operating companies and their subsidiaries. Norwegian Government Ministry of Petroleum and Energy Ministry of Trade and Industry Ministry of Foreign Affairs Oil Company Statoil Associations Norwegian Oil and Gas Association Federation of Norwegian Industries Norwegian Shipowners’ Association INTSOK Founders *Per December 2013 Partner growth*

3 Russian – Norwegian oil & gas industry cooperation in the High North A National Strategic Project | 2012 – 2015 RU-NO Barents Project Part of the Russian – Norwegian Energy Dialogue

4 Our Tasks Mobilize the Russian and Norwegian industry to: 1.Assess common technology challenges Russia and Norway face in the development of the High North 2.Analyze existing technologies, methods and best practice Russian and Norwegian Industry can offer for the High North today 3.Based on the above: Visualize the need for innovation and technology development the industry in our two countries need to overcome 4.Promote stronger industrial links

5 Our Focus Areas The industry explored the following focus areas: 1.Logistics & Transport 2.Drilling, well operations and equipment 3.Environmental protection, monitoring systems and oil spill contingency 4.Pipelines and subsea installations 5.Floating and fixed installations Results openly published

6 March/April 2012 First Report - January 2013 May 2012Report - February 2013 January 2013 Report - May 2014 May 2013 Report - June 2014 October 2013 Report - October 2014 Logistics & transport Environment, monitoring, oil spill contingency Pipeline and Subsea installations Floating & Fixed installations Project End February 2015 Drilling, Well operations & Equip. Final report Report - October 2014 Updated report, Feb Updated report – Nov Progress October 2014 December 2014

7 Characteristics of the operating area In “ice free waters” of Barents Sea South (Area 1) significant difference between “Coastal” and “Arctic” Barents Sea The “Coastal” challenge is cold climate and the need of winterization The “Arctic” challenges are related to combination of: -Polar lows and Arctic storms -Icing on vessels or installations and equipment -Icebergs/drifting ice - Fog during summer -Darkness during winter -Long distances to established infrastructure In “seasonal ice covered waters” of the Barents, Pechora and Kara seas (Areas 2-6) the sea ice represents the major additional challenge Factors making maritime operations, contingency planning more challenging!

8 Drilling, Well Operations and Equipment: Key Technology Challenges Technology Needs: Advances required in the following areas MODUs and drilling installations Hull concepts/geometry for operations in ice of varying severity at various waterdepths Station keeping/weather vaning/azimuthing propulsion in ice Quick disconnectable/reconnectable mooring including turret systems for operations in ice Marine anchoring in ice conditions Storage/Re-supply/Logistics system for remote areas as well as in ice Topsides and systems capable of operating in temperatures below -40C Drilling and well operations Best practice and standards for well control Same Season Relief Well alternatives: Well capping, containment standards and equipment Waste, cuttings discharge and handling Directional drilling: High latitude surveying uncertainty Ice, weather and cold climate challenges Design ice loads models Wellhead locations and protection Ice management systems Impact of polar lows, darkness, “lightness”, cold temperatures on personnel, operations, equipment

9 Quick disconnectable/reconnectable mooring including turret systems for operations in ice Shallow water ( m) Ice forces and station keeping Riser angle Scenarios for disconnect and reconnect 9

10 Inocean: Arctic portfolio Cold Ice Then there is a water depth … Arctic Related Design Conditions

11 Regulatory framework and international standards NORSOK standards for offshore structures Eurocode 2 - “Design Code for concrete structures ISO Case studies Barents Harmonizing ice load standards for platforms in Barents Sea ISO – “Design of Fixed Offshore concrete structures” DNV OS 502 “Design of Concrete Offshore Structures”

12 Examples of technology/solution providers Drilling, well operations and equipment Mobile Drilling Units (MODUs) and Drilling Installations Drilling Services and Operations Support /Other Related Technology and Services Nationality Technology/Solution Technology/solution providers Hull concepts and MODU designs Ice loads models, testing and design MODU Station Keeping Solutions for ice conditions Disconnect able /reconnecta ble mooring including turret systems for operations in ice Marine anchoring systems for ice conditions Drilling systems and Topside Equipment and Systems Riser, Well control and Well Capping and Containmen t Systems and Equipment System Integrators MODU's and Drilling Services Directional drilling: High latitude surveying systems and services Waste, cuttings discharge and handling solutions Storage/ Resupply /Logistics system for remote areas as well as in ice Wellhead solutions and protection systems Ice manageme nt systems and services General supplies and systems for offshore cold temperatur es operations Well design and approval services N ABB N Ace Oil Tools N Add Energy Group AS N Agat Technology N AGR Enhanced Drilling F Aker Arctic N Aker Solutions R Arktikmor Neftegaz Razvedka US Baker Hughes S Basstech R Burovaya Tekhnika (VNII BT) N Cameron/TTS N DNV GL N eDrilling Solutions N Exprosoft N Gann Mekaniske R Gazflot LLC N Glamox International N HVAC NL GustoMSC US Halliburton Inc. N Hernis NL Huismann G HSVA N Inocean N IOS Intermoor N Island Offshore Subsea N ISurvey Group N Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies/Maritim Matrix continues…

13 Subsea Production System – Pipelines and Subsea Installations Key areas of technology development 1.Design and installations SPS 2.Power systems 3.Subsea processesing and flow assurance 4.Design, installations and operation of pipelines 5.Marine operations 6.Ready for Operations (RFO) activities 7.Life of field considerations

14 Two most important challenges/gaps (in light of subsea technology development ongoing elsewhere) Flow assurance Access year around 14

15 Continued

16 RU-NO Barents Reports info/Markets/Russia/RU-NO-Project/Focus- Areas/Logistics-and-transport/Reports2 info/Markets/Russia/RU-NO-Project/Focus- Areas/Logistics-and-transport/Reports2 We would like to continue the long lasting and peaceful collaboration!

17 om intsok.com PROMOTING NORWEGIAN OIL AND GAS CAPABILITIES IN INTERNATIONAL MARKETS Presented by Name, position Venue | Date Presented by: Vladimir Ryashin, Country Manager Russia 23. October, 2014 | Moscow, Russian Federation


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