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Subsea controls

Subsea controls

Course information

Level:
Foundation
Duration:
2 days
CPD points:
14
Locations:
Aberdeen, Houston
Devised as a stand-alone course and perfect for those who wish to develop their knowledge, this course is also an ideal follow-on from Subsea systems.

Exploring in detail the area of subsea controls, including how components are put together, operational needs and hydraulics, this course also looks at how the whole system functions and identifies key areas that are easily overlooked.

  • Conversion Engineers
  • Design engineers
  • Graduate engineers
  • Mechanical engineers
  • Pipeline engineers
  • Subsea and offshore engineers
  • Subsea controls engineers
  • Subsea and offshore team leaders
  • Engineers and Managers new to the industry
  • Technician

This 2 day course covers the following topics

Design criteria
Oil or gas
Type of platform
Water depth
Reservoir pressure and temperature
Number of functions
Project life expectancy

Selection of system
Direct hydraulic
Piloted hydraulic
Sequence hydraulic
Electro hydraulic
Multiplex electro hydraulic
All electric

Topside equipment
Master control station (MCS)
Remote operator workstation
Electrical power unit
Uniterruptible power supply (UPS)
Hydraulic power unit (HPU)
Topside umbilical termination unit (TUTU)
Chemical injection unit (CIU)

Systems equipment
Umbilical
Subsea umbilical termination unit (SUTU)                                           
Subsea distribution unit (SDU)
Jumpers/flying leads
Electrical/hydraulic connectors
Subsea control module (SCM)
Subsea electronic module (SEM)
Valves

Operation of system
System options
Hydraulic
Electrical
Communications
Redundancy
Signal commands
DCV operations

System interfaces
Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA)
Screen mimics
Logging on/off
Valve opening/closing
Valve foot printing
Page selection
Trending
Reports
Calculation
Interlocks

Fluid types
Synthetic fluid
Water-based fluid
Environmental legislation
Cleanliness: Manufacturing
Cleanliness: Offshore operations
Cleanliness: Standards
Measuring cleanliness
Filters
Wear mechanisms
Flushing

Intervention of system
Safety of environment
Workover
Installation and workover control system (IWOCs)
Emergency quick disconnect (EQD)
Divers/ROVs
Cleanliness standards
Inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM)
Tools

Future development
Obsolescence
Future developments for systems
Subsea processing
Better well management

For more information please contact

 

Course Co-ordinators
Tel: +44 (0) 1732 371 391   |   Email: courseadmin@jee.co.uk

Venue:
Skene House Rosemount
Venue details

Early bird offer
£1,575 + VAT

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