Subsea controls - Oil and Gas

Virtual classroom

Available dates:
10-13 May 2022 (half days am)
06-09 December 2022 (half days pm)

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About the course

Ideal for anyone new to subsea controls or working in associated support roles, this course explains how control systems operate and the engineering principles involved.

This course will give learners the opportunity to see what different parts of the system look like, get an independent comparison of the kit and equipment available, and gain a greater insight into this specialist area. Key areas that are often overlooked will be discussed in detail, such as managing availability and the reliability of controls.

At a glance

Available dates

10-13 May 2022 (half days am)

06-09 December 2022 (half days pm)

Duration

2 days (14 study hours)

Location

Virtual classroom

Level

Application

Price

£1,150 plus VAT

Early Bird

Book up to six weeks in advance of the start date of your chosen course to take advantage of the Early Bird discount

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Learning outcomes

  • Identify a range of subsea equipment and its functionality
  • Explain how subsea control systems operate
  • Compare different types of subsea control systems
  • Identify the issues associated with the design and manufacturing of subsea controls equipment
  • Recognise new technologies

Course structure

Day by day content

Day one

Design criteria

  • Oil or gas or both
  • Type of platform
  • Distance from platform to reservoir
  • Water depth
  • Reservoir pressure and temperature
  • Number of wells
  • 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 (ROWS)
  • Electrical power unit (EPU)
  • Uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
  • Hydraulic power unit (HPU)
  • Topside umbilical termination unit (TUTU)
  • Chemical injection unit (CIU)

Subsea 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

 

Day two

Operation of system

  • System options
  • Hydraulic
  • Electrical
  • Communications
  • Redundancy
  • Signal commands
  • DCV operation

System interfaces

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

Fluid types, selection, management and cleanliness

  • Synthetic fluid
  • Water based fluid
  • Environmental legislation
  • Cleanliness manufacturing
  • Cleanliness offshore operations
  • Cleanliness standards
  • Measuring cleanliness
  • Filters
  • Wear mechanisms
  • Flushing

Intervention of system

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

Future developments

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

 

TESTIMONIALS

What past delegates have said

A very detailed presentation pitched at exactly the right level for my role. The tutor was extremely knowledgeable and took the time to explain questions and queries

Elliott Jubb, Subsea Surveillance Engineer, Harbour Energy

Subsea controls system training course is highly recommended, excellent delivery by Bob Summers

Greg Cassie, GS2 Systems Completion Control System Lead, Chevron Australia

Excellent course and brilliant foundation for building on subsea control knowledge

Milan Marriner, Operations Engineer, E.ON

Subsea controls - Oil and Gas

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