Subsea

A cornerstone of our integrated service is the recognition that accurate determination of the economic viability of a development is vitally important to our clients. That cornerstone is founded on our ability to produce rapid, sound economic evaluations of the life cycle costs for any development, regardless of location, at the front end stage of a project.

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions Oil & Gas’s subsea consultants have well established capabilities and engineer all aspects of subsea developments. Those aspects and issues include hardware definition, material selection, control systems, installation and hook-up.

Furthermore the difficult questions of production fluid transportation subsea can be assessed and addressed. This may include problems associated with complex chemistry issues such as hydrate formation, scale deposition or wax and asphaltene precipitation.

Our consultants are well versed in all the latest technologies including recent developments in deep water solutions. Deep water design problems are compounded by the need to supply seabed equipment that can be safely installed, hooked-up and operated without manual intervention of any kind. thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions Oil & Gas’s engineers are able to develop innovative solutions which successfully overcome these difficulties. Their remit can also be extended to the supply of comprehensive operating and maintenance manuals and also assisting in developing training regimes for operators. thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions Oil & Gas's solutions deliver an accurate economic summary of development costs associated with drilling, engineering and construction, commissioning and operations right through to decommissioning. Our system will produce costs tailored for any region in the world and is backed by an extensive, global, benchmarked database.

In addition, to assist with further development planning, our consultants are able to construct rigorous economic models to deliver an accurate investment appraisal of your prospect, or conduct a review of available reserves thereby moderating the risk associated with determining reservoir accumulations.

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