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Planning and Executing Subsea Intervention

Embark on a Deep Exploration of Subsea Intervention Techniques and Insights

Explore subsea intervention techniques and gain valuable insights from experienced tutors. Dive into ROVs, AUVs, and marine support vessels, understanding common issues and survey methods. Delve into intervention scenarios, logistics, and planning, covering resource allocation and economic considerations. Learn the intricacies of procedure development, testing, and acceptance, and grasp the importance of designing for intervention, informed by lessons from real-world failures

Interactive Learning

Interactive Learning
Engage in hands-on activities and interactive exercises relating to inspection techniques and different intervention scenarios.  

Industry insights
Industry insights
Gain industry insights into the logistics and planning behind subsea intervention.

Networking Opportunities

Networking opportunities

Network with like-minded individuals and industry experts working within subsea intervention. 

Enjoy exclusive access to Jeenius platform, a valuable learning resource.

Crafted with Industry, for Industry

Embark on a learning journey where the tutors, seasoned experts in the field, share invaluable insights into subsea component failures and interventions. Their wealth of experience adds a practical dimension to the course, offering participants a unique opportunity to understand and navigate real-world challenges in the dynamic landscape of subsea operations. This firsthand knowledge contributes to a comprehensive and applied learning experience, providing practical knowledge that goes beyond theoretical understanding.

Module Highlights

Day 1 - Tools, Techniques, and Practical Scenarios

Acquire knowledge about diverse tools and techniques, including remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), diving, and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). Delve into marine support vessels and subsea pigging strategies, gaining expertise in inspection and investigation techniques. Uncover intervention scenarios, from isolation options and debris removal to anode replacement, stabilization, leak and pipeline repairs, SCM change-outs, choke change-outs, and instrumentation replacements. Enhance your practical skills to tackle real-world challenges in subsea operations.

Day 2 – Logistics, Execution, and Design for Intervention Success

Gain practical insights into resource management, contracting strategies, and economic considerations, fostering adeptness in logistics and planning. Explore the intricacies of procedure development, prioritising process safety in execution and testing activities. Delve into the dynamics of designing interventions, understanding the evolution of designs, recognising the importance of learning lessons, and overcoming barriers to effective knowledge absorption.


Who should attend?

Introduction to intervention

  • ROVs and ROV tooling
  • Diving
  • AUVs
  • Marine support vessels
  • Subsea pigging

Inspection and investigation techniques

  • Common problems
  • Survey methods
  • Inspection and testing methods
  • Data management
  • Investigation methods and analysis

Intervention scenarios

  • Isolation options
  • Debris removal
  • Anode replacement
  • Stabilisation options
  • Leak repair
  • Pipeline repair
  • SCM change-out
  • Choke change-out
  • Jumper and flying lead replacement
  • Instrumentation change-out

Logistics and planning

  • Resources
  • Contracting
  • Economic and schedule considerations

Execution and testing

  • Procedure development and process safety
  • Pre-deployment testing
  • Setting up and surveying
  • Executing
  • Testing and acceptance

Designing for intervention

  • Understand why designs have changed
  • Understand importance of learning lessons
  • Explain what stops lessons being learnt

Learning Outcomes

  • Recommend preferred type of interventions(s) and tools given a specific mission role or scenario
  • Investigate and analyse data from non-routine work and from a routine inspection report and develop a remedial plan
  • Develop a logistical plan for implementing an intervention
  • Develop a contingency plan and recommend a procedure based on results of the risk assessment
  • Describe lessons learned that should be considered in subsea systems design
Subsea ROV

Meet Your Expert Tutors

Bob Summers

Bob Summers

Subsea Systems and Hardware Tutor

Bob brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our Subsea Systems and Hardware course. With an impressive background spanning over 20 years in the oil and gas industry, specialising in control systems and training, Bob is exceptionally well-equipped to lead this course. His expertise is particularly beneficial for engineers, technical team leaders, and managers who are looking to deepen their understanding of subsea field development and the intricacies of equipment used in subsea production systems.

In this course, Bob will comprehensively cover the entire spectrum of subsea systems and hardware, from their design and installation to commissioning and operation. His approach combines theoretical knowledge with practical insights, enabling learners to grasp complex concepts easily and apply them effectively in managing subsea projects.

Russell Thornton

Russell Thornton

Subsea Systems and Hardware Tutor

Russell, with over 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, brings extensive expertise to our Subsea Systems and Hardware course. His background in hardware design and subsea controls makes him exceptionally qualified to lead this course.

His vast knowledge spans project management, system engineering, and design roles, equipping him to provide in-depth insights into subsea field development and the complexities of subsea production equipment. In this course, Russell will cover a wide range of topics, from the design and installation to the commissioning and operation of subsea systems and hardware. His mentoring experience ensures that his teaching approach will blend theoretical knowledge with practical insights, helping engineers, technical team leaders, and managers to understand and apply these concepts effectively in their professional roles.

Start Dates

Location Start Date End Date Number of Days Timings
Virtual (Live Instruction)
20th February 2024
23rd February 2024
09:00 to 13:00 (with regular breaks)
Virtual (Live Instruction)
23rd July 2024
26th July 2024

09:00 to 16:30 (with regular breaks)

Virtual (Live Instruction)
19th November 2024
22nd November 2024

09:00 to 16:30 (with regular breaks)

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  • Industry Expert Interaction: Network and learn from seasoned industry professionals throughout the course, discussing real-world challenges and solutions.

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