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1 Image Area Condition Monitoring of Subsea Equipment for Enhanced Equipment and Production Performance Tomi Entaban Sabah Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition 26th May 2014

2 2 Contents  Introduction –Multiphase Flowmeters –Subsea Boosting  FRIEND ® Concept  Monitoring Methodology  Operational Experience  FRIEND ® Applications  Summary Contents

3 Introduction

4 4 Introduction – Multiphase Flowmeters  Well / production monitoring  Production optimization  Gas lift and ESP  Allocation metering  Flow Assurance  Immediate detection of water/gas breakthrough  Calibration of reservoir models  Material balance  Mapping remaining reserves  Reservoir monitoring  Water/gas breakthrough Introduction –Multiphase Flowmeters

5 5 OneSubsea™ has a focused and proven portfolio of subsea multiphase meters and measurement systems:  PhaseWatcher Subsea Multiphase and Wet Gas Flow Meter  Subsea sampling  Additional measurements: sand burst rate, H 2 S, scale identification, conductivity  Proven, accurate flow measurement of three-phase flow in all environments Introduction – Multiphase Flowmeters

6 6  15,000 psi rated: tested, approved and in operation  3500 m / 11,500 ft water depth rated  205º C / 400º F rated Introduction –Multiphase Flowmeters

7 7 Introduction – Subsea Boosting  Enables production from remote locations/deepwater fields  Kick off dead wells  Accelerate production and extend production plateau  Increase recovery by lowering well head pressure  Overcome static height and header frictional losses  Stabilize flow conditions in flowlines  Combine high and low pressure reservoir in single flowline  Flexibility and ease of installation and operation Introduction – Subsea Boosting

8 8  Up to 300,000 bpd (~ 2000 m3/hr)  Differential pressure 30 – 200 bar (~3000 psi)  GVF up to 95% (0-100% Mechanical)  Pressure rating up to 13,500psi  Water depth to 3000m  Shaft power rating 300 – 3000 kW  Height ~ 5m  Weight 7 – 20 metric tons  < 4m2 foot print Introduction – Subsea Boosting

9 9 Motor Section Pump Section ImpellerDiffuser Introduction – Subsea Boosting  HELICO-AXIAL Pump design  Oil submerged electric motor  Integrated flow homogenizer

10 FRIEND ® Concept

11 11 FRIEND ® Concept - Objectives  Facilitate 24/7 Remote Expert Assistance  Increase Equipment availability  Improve Lifespan of Subsea Equipment  Support Intervention Campaigns  Improve Communication and Collaboration w/ Operators  Enhance production performance FRIEND ® Concept

12 12 FRIEND ® Concept - Services FRIEND ® Concept Portal with online tools 24/7 Support Expert reporting Condition Monitoring Updated documentation Product improvement Alarms and notifications Performance Monitoring TM

13 13 FRIEND ® Concept - Data Collection FRIEND ® Concept

14 14 FRIEND ® Concept - Monitored Equipment Pumps & Subsea Process Systems 17 |12 more on the way Multiphase Metering Systems 84 | 33 more on the way Swivels & Marine Systems 2 | 2 more on the way Subsea Trees & Production Systems New service offering!

15 15 FRIEND ® Concept - Statistics FRIEND ® Concept The availability of the FRIEND service has been % since the startup in 2006 FRIEND has proven to be an important tool in pursuing a preventive maintenance philosophy and promoting collaboration with client personnel and experts

16 16 FRIEND ® Concept - Typical Monitored Parameters  Vx Multiphase Meter –Differential Pressure –Pressure –Temperature –Nuclear Count Rates FRIEND ® Concept

17 17 FRIEND ® Concept - Typical Monitored Parameters  Pump Operation –Electrical Parameters –Suction Pressure –Discharge Pressure –Choke Position  Barrier Fluid System –Consumption –Temperature & Pressure –Tank Level  Control Fluid System –Consumption –Function Pressures –Valve Operations  VSD –Electrical Parameters –Pump Speed FRIEND ® Concept

18 18 FRIEND ® Concept – Live Pump Process Display FRIEND ® Concept

19 19 FRIEND ® Concept – Site Dashboard FRIEND ® Concept

20 20 FRIEND ® Concept – Vx Dashboard FRIEND ® Concept

21 21 FRIEND ® Concept – Vx Solution Triangle FRIEND ® Concept

22 22 FRIEND ® Concept – Vx OPI FRIEND ® Concept

23 Monitoring Methodology

24 24 Monitoring Methodology FRIEND ® Monitoring Methodology OneSubsea

25 Operational Experience

26 26 Operational Experience  Excellent relationship with client, OneSubsea always updated.  Planned maintenance/upgrade of equipment done in minimum time.  Reduced operating and maintenance costs.  Optimal use of the equipment (configuration).

27 27 Operational Experience - Corrective Sequence Operational Experience Observation High variations in both suction pressure and pump power consumption Action Recommended the Customer to open the recirculation choke

28 28 Operational Experience - Corrective Sequence Operational Experience Observation A drop in barrier pressure during a flowline pressure test caused negative seal dP towards process Action Called the Operators, and recommended bleeding off the flowline pressure

29 29 Operational Experience - Corrective Sequence Operational Experience Observation Diverging temperature readings from two neighbouring transmitters, which if left unattended will reach HH and trip the pump in 2-3 months Action Inform Customer & Agree on Solutions

30 FRIEND ® Applications

31 31 FRIEND ® Applications - Trending Tools FRIEND ® Applications

32 32 FRIEND ® Applications - Equipment Operational Envelope FRIEND ® Applications

33 33 FRIEND ® Applications - Operational Performance Indicator (OPI)  Monitoring operational health.  Highlight information to identify suboptimal conditions.  Status indicators for continuous operational improvement.  Metrics to measure performance.  Utilize expert experience. FRIEND ® Applications

34 34 FRIEND ® Applications - Monthly Status Report / Review Status of the delivered equipment, as seen from an equipment vendor’s perspective.  Evaluation of condition and performance  Recommendations / Areas of Concern  Actual data from the field used as input  List of ongoing work (reports, studies, status of ongoing work orders, repair jobs, site work)  Commercial details (progress reporting on open PO’s) FRIEND ® Applications

35 35 The Way Forward  OneSubsea Alignment –Knowledge Base System –Equipment Reliability Classification –Further Footprint Analysis –Enhanced Condition Based Maintenance  Cross-functional Decision-making  Real-time Flow Assurance Management –Applications –Offline Studies –Reporting Summary

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37 37 Main Goal: Increased Availability of the Equipment Summary  7 years experience with real-time data  We perform equipment integrity monitoring and performance evaluation  Real-time data allows for effective 24/7 proactive service approach  This integrated working methodology has greatly improved the working relationship with Customer !

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